By Day Lilico
Thirteen-year-old Ava Munro entranced a group…
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By Rosie Connell
In an earlier post, Rupert Thomson and I discussed…
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By Betty Mayhew and Day Lilico
To conclude the brilliant Saturday…
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By Rosie Connell
Rupert Thomson is a current and prolific novelist…
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By Olivia Cooper
Brought forward by an impressive thunder of…
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By Day Lilico
Today at the North Cornwall Book Festival, Gavin…
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By Alice West
This morning at the North Cornwall Book Festival,…
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