The Naseby Horses (Paperback)
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The Naseby Horses (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 13/06/2020
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Publisher: Louise Walters Books
ISBN: 9781999630539

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“Epilepsy Representation”

What a fantastic and immersive experience I enjoyed while reading this book. I would like to just cheer the author for having an MC with epilepsy.

Simon knows that the reason they moved from London to this small... More

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“A Fenland mystery with a stunning sense of place, people and memory”

This is a book which attempts to define the undefinable. The connection between siblings. The aura which only some people can see. The way that the history of a place can seep into both the natural aspect of the... More

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“Unique, lyrical and ethereal”

The Naseby Horses is Dominic Brownlow's debut novel and judging by what I have read he has quite a career ahead of him. His writing style is lyrical, ethereal and just beautiful. Having said that, I'm not... More

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