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The Unknown Mrs Rosen
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Comment, Reviews, Mentions

 

Gripping spy thriller and family saga, from the Cold War to the care home.
Combines the emotion and drama of a family saga with the nail-biting excitement of a thriller, and combines the two perfectly. It’s a multi-layered novel which deals with many issues but also manages to be a page-turner. There are some beautiful passages of writing, too. Highly recommended. - Mike Gerrard [Read full review]

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This could have been one of your family.
Immersive and elegant story... The possibility that the central character could have been one of your own family adds a level of intrigue that I found fascinating. The ‘care of the elderly’ dimension makes it all the more poignant and tender to read, if a little harrowing at times, and anyone with parents in that period in their life will identify with the trials and tribulations they face. An excellent read. - Terry Marsh
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This remarkable novel... engaging and beautifully written.
This remarkable novel spans decades of a complex life, encompassing war, love, family, friendships and old age... holding the reader's attention throughout. Very engaging and beautifully written. - Emma Klein, in the Journal of the Association of Jewish
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A story about England...
Riveting. The author has created a character about whose past and future the reader becomes more and more vividly curious and interested. I could not put it down. - Gerald Rabie [Read full review]

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A fascinating story at many levels.
I love the way Mrs Rosen's wartime and post war experiences are intertwined with her decline in old age. A page-turner. - H.P.Kammerling
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Bridges the generational divide.
No one knows what great courage Mrs Rosen has shown, and what great things she achieved, and she will not speak of them. Much of The Unknown Mrs Rosen is set in and around the New Forest. The Lymington-based author and travel writer often draws inspiration from the local area. - The Lymington Times [Read full profile and review]
 

 


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