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Richard and Judy Book Club Autumn (8 books)For seventy years, Josef Weber has been hiding in plain sight. He is a pillar of his local community. He is also a murderer Read more. A psychological thriller about one woman's adultery and an insightful examination of the values we live by A brilliantly plotted murder story that peels away the veneer of stoicism and respectability in post-war austerity Britain Read more. Sarah and Jennifer keep the Never List: a list of things to be avoided at all costs.
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8 books based on 25 votes: The Day We Met by Rowan Coleman, Someone A list for Richard and Judy's Autumn Book club reads.
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It was a weekday morning in late February, I was alone in my house, and I was on the phone with my agent. I knew that my publisher had put forward my book, Dear Thing, for the Richard and Judy list —a nationwide promotion for commercial novels that can make your book an instant bestseller. Publishers choose very few books to put forward, so being considered was a huge honour in itself. But Dear Thing had been chosen. I could hardly believe it.