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Books reviewed by Zoë Fairtlough at BookBrowse.

Zoë Fairtlough

Philadelphia-based author Zoë Fairtlough is English by birth, Italian by childhood, and American by adoption. After many years working in the private sector, she is raising her family on the Main Line. An avid reader, she came to write by accident, inspired by a box of old family photographs. Her first novel, Love, War and Ice cream, has been published in the US, Italy and Spain.

Books reviewed by Zoë Fairtlough

Grace (08/23/17)
Before We Sleep (06/21/17)
The Vaccine Race (04/19/17)
Night of Fire (02/01/17)

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