(Review prepared from an uncorrected bound proof)
This fascinating debut novel by Dominic Brownlow joins publisher Louise Walters Books eclectic and growing stable of novels on 5 December 2019.
It is gratifying, as a reviewer, to be turned loose on a book in advance of publication and I hope I have provided accurate insights to help you decide whether this is your sort of story. If the publisher makes Kindle samples available at the outset, I believe sampling the opening event will have you as hooked into this unusual book as I was.
The Naseby Horses is a novel of fluidity. It is set in the Fens, except when it wanders back to old haunts in London. It is set in the stupefying heat of August, except when suddenly the room is cold. Time is the most fluid thing of all (the novel begins on Day Three). Truth is…
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