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London Historical Fiction Book Group - JULY POLL RESET AND REOPENED

From: Justin
Sent on: Saturday, May 10, 2014 7:40 AM

Sorry, everyone. I set up the poll incorrectly, so I have had to scrap it and redo it.

If you already voted, please go back and vote again. This time you'll be able to enter a score for each book, as intended.

If you haven't voted yet, please pretend I never mucked it up in the first place and let us know your thoughts on which book we should discuss at our July meetup.

The poll is now available here:

The shortlisted books are:

  • Augustus by John Williams
  • Blood and Beauty by Sarah Dunant
  • Fair Helen by Andrew Greig
  • The Foundling Boy by Michel Déon
  • The Light Years by Elizabeth Jane Howard

For more information on the books, see my email of yesterday, which is also viewable online here:

Thanks everyone.

Have a great weekend.


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