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    The Marriage
    of Rose Camilleri
    Robert Hough
    "Amusing, searching, unpredictable, often wise, Hough offers a portrait
    of what we call normal life, fraught, lonely, yet sometimes magical. The narrative
    twists are intricate and compelling but it’s the characters’ reflections on the
    immensity of life that give the novel its heft. How did Hough penetrate the female
    psyche so deeply? The protagonist Rosie is so exuberantly imagined, we hate having
    to say goodbye when the novel ends."
    – Rosemary Sullivan, author of Stalin’s Daughter
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