Book Review: The Secret Life of Alfred Nightingale by Rebecca Stonehill
A compelling page turner of a buried past resurfacing, set against a backdrop of the 1960’s youth culture and war-torn Crete. 1967. Handsome but troubled, Jim is almost 18 and he lives and breathes girls, trad jazz, Eel Pie Island and his best friend, Charles. One night, he hears rumours of a community of young …Continue Reading...
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