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Mr. Chartwell

A Novel

by Rebecca Hunt

Mr. Chartwell by Rebecca Hunt
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    Feb 2011, 256 pages

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Blueangel (02/08/12)

The Dark of it all
I loved this book both as a great fun read as well as a study into the dark world of depression. It brought back real life memories of the world of my very best friend and partner. I found Ms. Hunt to be right on the mark with her soft description of how some minds work. Entertaining and thought provoking.
Highly recommended.
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