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BLEEDING HEART SQUARE by Andrew Taylor


By Theresa de Valence - Posted on 14 September 2013

Yesterday I finished BLEEDING HEART SQUARE by Andrew Taylor. Whoo boy, I didn’t see it coming—rather, I did see something coming—and it made me complaisant. Engaging sensitivity and bullies, side by side. Twists upon twists.

BLEEDING HEART SQUARE is timed in the early 1930s in England, so the atmosphere is charged with the reader's foreknowledge of war.

An outstanding read.


BLEEDING HEART SQUARE
by Andrew Taylor
© 2010
Published by Hyperion

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I'm delighted that you enjoyed this as Andrew Taylor has been one of my favourite writers for quite some time now. His earlier Roth Trilogy is beautifully written, complex, well-characterized, and pure enjoyment to read.

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I'll have to check it out, Helen. :)

Anthony Tailor is probably my favorite British author. My favorites are The American Boy and The Anatomy of Ghosts.

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