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MISS TREADWAY AND THE FIELD OF STARS BY MIRANDA EMMERSON

In 1960s London, world famous starlet Iolanthe Green vanishes after performing on stage. Her dresser, Anna Treadway, is willing to risk her reputation and wellbeing to find her. But Anna soon discovers the consequences of partaking in the squalid nadir of London, and the difference between the gilt of fame and its tarnished reality.

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THE JOYCE GIRL BY ANNABEL ABBS

James Joyce is now regarded as one of history’s greatest authors, but Ulysses was initially received as obscene, and was banned in the US and across the UK. In Paris, 1928, capturing the decent into “madness” of Joyce’s daughter Lucia, The Joyce Girl begins after Joyce’s most famous work was receiving critical acclaim. It only alludes to the troubled and sinister past through which the family suffered while fleeing scandal and poverty.

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