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Shades of Lord Lucan: A Double Life, by Flynn Berry, reviewed

8 December 2018

9:00 AM

8 December 2018

9:00 AM

A young girl finds the body of her nanny, brutally murdered, and the barely moving form of her mother, a second victim of the attack. The perpetrator of these deeds is the child’s father, who manages to flee the country and has never been seen since. This is the wound at the heart of Flynn Berry’s A Double Life (Weidenfeld, £14.99).

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