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Women authors: Apr 30
Far too much writing by women is cheaply dismissed as 'chick lit'. Ignore Nicci Gerrard, Anne Fine, Kathleen Tessaro and Talitha Stevenson at your peril, says Helen Falconer.
29, Apr, 2005 @11:37 PM
Review: The Marriage Bed by Regina McBride
Helen Falconer is not convinced by Regina McBride's Irish American vision of the old country, The Marriage Bed.
27, Nov, 2004 @12:36 AM
Review: Cherry by Matt Thorne
Helen Falconer is frustrated by Matt Thorne's Booker-longlisted Cherry.
18, Sep, 2004 @12:20 AM
Review: The Mammoth Cheese by Sheri Holman
Sheri Holman's humane satire on modern American politics, The Mammoth Cheese, establishes her as an original of extraordinary quality, says Helen Falconer.
20, Aug, 2004 @11:38 PM
Review: The Family Way by Tony Parsons
Tony Parsons is out of his depth in his new book The Family Way, says Helen Falconer.
17, Jul, 2004 @12:35 AM
Review: The Other Side of the Story by Marian Keyes
Helen Falconer is surprised by Marian Keyes's latest blockbuster, The Other Side of the Story
19, Jun, 2004 @12:27 AM
Review: Trix by Stephanie Theobald
Helen Falconer takes the road to excess in Stephanie Theobald's ode to food, foreigners and lesbian sex, Trix
12, Jun, 2004 @12:30 AM
Review: Sorting out Billy by Jo Brand
Jo Brand's Sorting out Billy is messy and unresolved - a bit like life, says Helen Falconer
05, Jun, 2004 @12:07 AM
Review: The Voyage Home by Jane Rogers
Helen Falconer is enchanted by Jane Rogers's poetically transparent prose in The Voyage Home
16, Apr, 2004 @11:33 PM
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