Your blue-eyed boy

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Penguin, 1999 - Extortion - 251 pages
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Blackmail -- "the most intimate of crimes" -- is at the heart of Helen Dunmore's brilliant and widely praised new novel. Your Blue-Eyed Boy tells the story of Simone, a thirty-eight-year-old judge, whose public and private lives assume harrowing collision course when a long-ago lover unexpectedly appears and threatens to disrupt the already fragile and tenuous peace of her world.

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This was the most boring book I've ever read. No aspect of it was captivating; the characters, the plot, everything. Read full review

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Helen Dunmore was born on December 12, 1952. She is a British poet, novelist and children's writer. She attended the University of York. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Some of her children's books are now included in reading schemes for use in schools. Her titles include Zennor in Darkness, Your Blue-Eyed Boy, House of Orphans and The Greatcoat. She made the Ondaatje Prize 2015 shortlist with her title The Lie.

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