The Hourglass Factory by Lucy Ribchester

ribchesterAn energetic whodunnit which merges into a political thriller. Set in London in the early 1900s, we are hurled headlong into a world of trapeze artists, suffragettes, journalists and corset fetishists. At very nearly 500 pages, this book could possibly have been a little shorter to help it maintain the momentum- but it’s an enjoyable historical read. It has a great reading list at the back to  help readers find out more about some of the fascinating real-life characters featured in the book.

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