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Rebecca Foster
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An American transplant to England, Rebecca is a freelance proofreader and writer. She is an associate editor of Bookmarks magazine and reviews books for a myriad of print and online publications in the USA and UK, including the Times Literary Supplement and her blog, Bookish Beck.

Books reviewed by Rebecca Foster

Brood (03/17/21)
Memorial (11/04/20)
Pew (08/05/20)
The Future Earth (07/15/20)
Olive, Again (12/04/19)
Hungry (07/10/19)
Unsheltered (10/17/18)
Southernmost (08/15/18)
Sick (08/01/18)
The Ensemble (05/16/18)
Educated (03/07/18)
Brass (02/07/18)
Wolf Season (01/03/18)
Midwinter Break (09/06/17)
Augustown (05/31/17)
The End of Eddy (05/17/17)
Vincent and Theo (05/03/17)
Days Without End (04/19/17)
Sunshine State (04/19/17)
The Refugees (03/22/17)
Pachinko (02/15/17)
Swing Time (11/16/16)
The Fortunes (09/21/16)
Riverine (09/21/16)
Imagine Me Gone (06/01/16)
The North Water (05/18/16)
Dog Run Moon (03/02/16)
Weathering (01/20/16)
After the Parade (10/07/15)
Speak (09/16/15)
Villa America (08/12/15)
Girl at War (06/03/15)
The Turner House (04/29/15)
The Animals (04/01/15)
Funny Girl (03/04/15)
Mr. Mac and Me (02/04/15)
Station Eleven (12/10/14)
The High Divide (10/15/14)
Take This Man (07/23/14)
What Is Visible (06/18/14)
China Dolls (06/04/14)
The Remedy (05/21/14)
The Bird Skinner (02/05/14)
Want Not (01/08/14)
Goat Mountain (11/06/13)

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