Summer - Current Reads - Richard and JudyUpdated: Jan 15, Oh my word! If you're from the UK, you'll already know all about the Richard and Judy Book Club because a Richard and Judy are total legends, and b it's the biggest book club in the country. But if you're based overseas, please trust me when I say that it is an absolute dream, not to mention honour, to have your debut novel chosen for the club. It has been an incredibly hard secret to keep, but now I am allowed to run around with excitement and to hurtle into branches of WHSmith pointing at the book displays and trying not to shriek.
List of books from the Richard & Judy Book Club
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You want to read more about her and it would be surprising if she does not become a series character in future novels. This twisty and engrossing history of two families entangled in a house of dark secrets is an excellent psychological mystery. Rachel Hore worked in London publishing for many years before moving with her family to Norwich. Read Ricard See more.
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