Posted on 18th April 2011

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Union Atlantic

As we all begin to get a real inkling of what the banking crisis, budget cuts and life under an austere coalition government really means to our daily lives I thought it might be worth drawing your attention towards a novel that cuts right to the heart of what brought us to this place and…

Posted on 28th October 2010

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Fiction Uncovered by… William Rycroft

Allan Seager didn’t have much luck as a novelist. His first novel, Equinox, sold well but was published in 1943 at exactly the time when a wartime shortage of paper restricted its potential. His last novel, Death of Anger, was published by a firm who simultaneously folded and so it too slipped away. In fact…