Tag Archives: Brian Moore

Reading Challenge from January 2015

It’s Mother’s Day here in France – so go ahead and indulge me. Am totally smitten by a beautiful yet much unneeded book I ended up buying (myself, any excuse) in W H Smith on the rue de Rivoli just recently … Continue reading

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“The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne” by Brian Moore (1955) – book review

Irish writer Brian Moore was shortlisted for the Booker Prize three times, but never won the big award during his lifetime. This book did not actually make the shortlist, but was translated into a film I need to hunt out starring Maggie Smith … Continue reading

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