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The Name of the Rose
Umberto Eco
 
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This manages to be both a gripping murder-mystery and a vivid window into the Middle Ages. Its author is a distinguished medievalist and evokes the period wonderfully but also fills the novel with playful allusions to Sherlock Holmes, Freud, Borges, etc.

Charles Palliser - 05/11/2013
The Crimson Petal and the White
Michel Faber
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David Mitchell - 11/03/2011

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