Whatever You Love centres on the unravelling of Laura, a divorced mother-of-two who finds it increasingly difficult to pick up the threads of her life after her nine-year-old daughter, Betty, is killed in a hit-and-run. As normality returns for those around her, Laura’s pain crystallises into a need for action, revenge and resolution – a desire that will bring her face to face with the immigrant man who killed her child.
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Happy #IndexDay! "Reading in reverse" is about as perfect a description of using an index as we've come across. (We've been #indexing from home this week, and the total immersion in a book's themes and schemes is oddly soothing. Categorical love to indexers everywhere 📚) https://twitter.com/Lit_Review/status/1244897571161755649
Wishing you all a very happy National Indexing Day! To celebrate, have a read of this piece by Stuart Hannabus on the joy of indexes, and the fun of reading in reverse. #indexday
'There can’t be many histories of London that have given room, for instance, to the Koreans of New Malden or the Bombay Emporium of Mayfair in the 1930s.'
Jerry White on @profpanayi's 'Migrant City'.