Read with Murray: Mazarine by Charlotte Grimshaw

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"Grimshaw leaves her past writing scenarios behind in this new novel. The familiar locations and somewhat thinly disguised local identities are gone by as she extends her narrative to the personal and cosmopolitan.

Frances Sinclair loses contact with her daughter, travelling in Europe, and begins a search through a world that is touched by extremist politics and unspoken characters, defining a new style of watching, seeing and guarding. Her travels reflect her past and a new future."

“…a sensual portrayal of a woman's search for freedom and love.” - 

Discover Charlotte Grimshaw's session at the Going West Books and Writers Weekend on Saturday 15 September at 4pm | Ink and Blood | Te Waituhi me Te Toto