Category Archives: Fiona Barton

Books of the month: May 2016

Pick of the month Authors who choose to subvert the tropes of much loved genres always take a big risk but in the case of AN ISOLATED INCIDENT Australian author Emily Maguire has been successful. Although it opens with the murder … Continue reading

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Review: THE WIDOW by Fiona Barton

I will always think of this book as The Girl Whose Husband Fell Under a Bus. Though perhaps its main narrator – Jean Taylor – is not a girl and that’s why a Girl…title was eschewed. I don’t know what … Continue reading

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