NOVEL (def. of new kind...strange)

Here it is, at last - the novel for the age.  From the home of great life-changing social literary masterpeices

that stand the test of time, In the footsteps of the likes of "Persuasion", "Pride and Prejudice" and "Sense and Sensibility", its publishers are proud to present the great novel for today -

GUILT AND GULLIBILITY by Morris Oxford

A nail-biter from start to finish - The Turns Literary Supplement

A scorching reflection on life and people today - The Daily Telegram

I had to keep putting it down - The Watcher Review of Books

Would you dare believe this? - The Sentry

Not for the faint-hearted - Radio Turns

Could even tear you away from the "Soaps" - TV Turns

A real flight of fancy - The New Statement

Tries too hard to convince - The incoherent

A clean sweep for the book awards - Sanitary Wear magazine

Get your copy now!  We can all profit from its content.. - The Book Trader

Remember the title - it will be with us for years to come.  A landmark in its genre, telling the unsettling

tale of the age in a way that should concern all of us who care about how we can be led and influenced.

Available from April 1st.

GUILT AND GULLIBILITY (Hadover Publishing Ltd).

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M.C. Newberry

Sun 25th Apr 2021 18:52

Thanks SG. Well, you have to find a reason to laugh these days, don't you? I was having fun trying for "nearly" with certain UK
newspapers and magazines and their various editorial "leanings".
Appreciation also for the "likes".

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Stephen Gospage

Sun 25th Apr 2021 16:41

Very funny. What about "I overslept" - The Idler?

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