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Reviews of Fiction Books by British Authors

Updated on April 6, 2016
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I usually write about travel especially in the UK and that's because and I am passionate about this beautiful part of Europe.

So I've decided to indulge myself and here is a list of book reviews about books that have been written by UK authors.

Let me know if you have a hub you'd like me to add to the list in the comments box below.

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List of Great Reviews

britflora has written an upbeat review of Kate Atkinson's book 'Behind the Scenes at the Museum'. It's set in York and all about every to do with Yorkshire and it's people - I don't want to be a spoiler - so that's all I can say.


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britflorida tells us that Jane Ayre is her favorite Bronte novel because it is a passionate and ruthless love story and one that might be more than just made up by Bronte.

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Brians has written a comprehensive review of this romantic fiction, 'Lonely Window' by Susannah Carlton. It is a story about 4 women, mothers and their daughters, and how actions of the past have deep cutting ramifications on the present.

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brians reviews this dark comedy about a couple of young guys who take to gatecrashing funerals for free food and booze! Not everyone's cup of tea. Great review will certainly help you decide whether or not it's for you.

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ceris describes this book as enchanting and I would agree with that wholeheartedly. Her review is brilliantly detailed and comes complete with a brief character analysis of each character.


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kschimmel has written a very personal review of one of this powerful book. She tells of how she does not trust the government and has changed her political party affiliation to the Libertarian Party.


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poddys on Squidoo has written a review about The Forest by Edward Rutherfurd, which is an historical book about the people who lived in the beautiful new Forest in south England. An enjoyable book about the middle ages.


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sir_daniel_uk has written an excellent review about this wonderful if not extremely dark book. It is a personal account that brings the very essence of this book to life.


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britflorida who used to live in the part of England in which this story is set, has written a very positive review of this book, which she thoroughly enjoyed reading.


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ceris introduces us to Maisie Dobbs is a "psychologist and investigator" in post World War I London and that captured my interest immediately because I am a Londoner. This hub reviews several books in this series.

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      Giovanna Sanguinetti 3 years ago from London UK

      @Colin323: Oh great! I'm looking forward to reading your review. Thanks for letting me know.

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      Giovanna Sanguinetti 3 years ago from London UK

      @Erin Mellor: Thank you very much indeed. I'll add it to te lensography.