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What it means to be lonely in New York City

What it means to be lonely in New York City 16th May 2017

The Lonely City by Olivia Laing, what it means to be lonely in New York City. Adventures in the art of being alone. I happened to spot this book when it was mentioned on Twitter and was more than...

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Talking Location with author Richard Aronowitz – New York and Germany

Talking Location with author Richard Aronowitz – New York and Germany 25th April 2017

#TalkingLocationWith…. author Richard Aronowitz, author of An American Decade, set 1930s NEW YORK and WUPPERTAL, Germany As the glamour and polish of the Upper East Side slowly begins to give way to a very slightly grittier milieu – streets...

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Art Mystery set in London, Venice and New York (The Man With The Blue Sleeve)

Art Mystery set in London, Venice and New York (The Man With The Blue Sleeve) 22nd April 2017

Titian’s Boatman by Victoria Blake, art mystery set in London, Venice and New York. Reading Titian’s Boatman by Victoria Blake is akin to embarking on a highly enjoyable journey through gorgeous settings and two distinct periods of time. This...

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Thriller set mainly in New York (family dynamics…)

Thriller set mainly in New York (family dynamics…) 14th January 2017

Gilding the Lily by Justine John, thriller set mainly in New York. Amelia’s father Roger is due to turn 75 and his current lady-friend, Evelyn, has arranged a surprise dinner party in the glittering and rather brash Russian Nightclub...

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Thriller set largely in New York (with a portion of Iceland thrown in…)

Thriller set largely in New York (with a portion of Iceland thrown in…) 29th December 2016

The Reykjavik Assignment by Adam LeBor, thriller set largely in New York. The Reykjavik Assignment is, despite the clue in its title, a thriller set largely in New York (to be precise for 332 out of 448 pages in...

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