The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets (Hardback)
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The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 15/04/2006
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Publisher: Magna Large Print Books
ISBN: 9780750525206
Edition: Large Print edition

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“Step inside the 1950s! ”

From the moment you step through the door at Milton Magna, the 1950s burst into life.

The two settings, the grand house and the jumbled eccentric flat of Aunt Clare evoke the 1950s well.The crumbling Milton Magna... More

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“The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets”

I think this has become my favourite book. It's the charm and the subtleties within which make this book so good. It's delicious.

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“The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets”

I can't believe the booksellers reviews. Unlike them, I found this book badly written, boring and more suited to a teenage girl than anyone else. I kept waiting for something exciting to happen but... More

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