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The Memory of Lost Senses
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A country house. A long, hot summer. A story of love.

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Judith Kinghorn was born in Northumberland and lives in Hampshire. Her debut novel, THE LAST SUMMER, a must for any Downtown Abbey fan, was published by Headline in 2012 and is now available in paperback.Visit Judith's website: www.judithkinghornwriter.com

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The Memory of Lost Senses is a witty, clever and compelling tale, with a beautiful love story at its heart. I loved it - Jane HarrisJudith Kinghorn's exquisite new novel [is] a sensual and visual feast of a story... a mesmerising book of finely wrought words... Beautifully descriptive, intriguing and full of emotion-packed, slow-motion snapshots... Thoughtful, delicately crafted and imaginative, The Memory of Lost Senses is a page-turning, atmospheric mystery story but with a powerful, all-consuming love affair burning deep at its core to direct the action ... and steal our hearts - Lancashire Evening PostA lyrically written and wonderfully evocative, romantic historical novel that draws you into the intriguing and secret lives of the characters in the hot lazy summer of 1911. A Countess, her grandson, a famous author writing her memoir and a young village girl are brought together and as the long buried family secrets are revealed all their lives will be changed forever. After her enchanting, sweeping debut we think 'the tricky second novel' has been delivered with aplomb - highly recommended reading especially for reading groups - LovereadingPraise for Judith Kinghorn's The Last Summer:'An enchanting story of love and war, and the years beyond' - Penny VincenziA sumptuous, absorbing tale of love in time of war. Judith Kinghorn's novel brilliantly illuminates the experiences of a generation of blighted youth - Rachel Hore[An] enchanting debut of Rachel Hore/Downton Abbey ilk, big storytelling stuff of social and political change spanning the First World War and beyond. It's a glorious read, highly recommended - Sarah Broadhurst, BooksellerThe year is 1914 and love and war are about to transform privileged 16 year old Clarissa's charmed existence forever. This sumptuous romance is made for fans of Downton - The Lady

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