Austerity Brownjohn

I've just picked up the latest Alan Brownjohn novel, his fourth, Windows on the Moon, set in 1947-48 (Austerity) Britain - the period of my doctoral research.  I like Brownjohn as a critic, poet, and person, and think I may like this book, also.  It opens well, and intriguingly.  It comes with blurbs from Margaret Drabble, Jonathan Fuller and David Kynaston (the leading popular historian of this period).

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leah fritz said…
Take it from me, Todd, you will enjoy that book. I did, very much. Alan is a delicious writer in both prose and poetry.

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