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By Jill Dawson
“A exceptional, complex guy is the centre of Jill Dawson’s The nice Lover, and whereas she attracts greatly on old files of Brooke and his contemporaries, it's her judgements as a novelist that make this account of his existence attention-grabbing in addition to trustworthy. . . . . the tale that emerges is robust, enjoyable, and memorable.” — The Times (London)
An creative, interesting novel approximately some of the most enduringly renowned and romantic figures of the 1st global War—the radical, good-looking younger poet Rupert Brooke.
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