Rabeea Saleem chooses her publishing highlights coming up for fiction of the first half of 2017.
Exciting Fiction of the First Half of 2017:
Recommended for you:
Rabeea Saleem reviews Fiona Mozley’s Elmet, a poetic and captivating depiction of life off the grid, as siblings Danny and Cathy learn self-reliance.
Rabeea Saleem reviews Bad Dreams by Tessa Hadley, showing how her stories capture the multifaceted life experiences of so many women.
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