Category Archives: Helen Dunmore

Spies and Trains: ‘Exposure’ by Helen Dunmore (2016)

You really never can guess ahead, I haven’t touched any good spy books for ages, and then three come along at once.  In January I luxuriated in the tense, emotional drama of Elizabeth Bowen’s ‘The Heat of the Day’ (reviewed here), and … Continue reading

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