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Love and water: Ninepins by Rosy Thornton

Ninepins was published last week. The eponymous toll-house is in an isolated Fen village outside Cambridge. Standing just a little higher than the surrounding reclaimed flat land, it is home to Laura and her asthmatic twelve year-old, Beth. Laura lets … Continue reading

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Lies, secrets and spin.

I’m a straightforward person who tells it as I see it.  You are a master of spin (but may be well intentioned).  She works in marketing.  And they are politicians. We have lost sight of the hypocrisy of our judgements … Continue reading

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