“Cromwell’s Long Game”

Neil Fein has decided to add book reviews to the regular fare at Magnificent Nose, his wonderfully eclectic blog about writing, music, editing, and cycling, among many other things.

I am honored to help inaugurate this new feature today with a review of two books I love– Wolf Hall  and Bring Up the Bodies, both by the extraordinarily talented Hilary Mantel, who won the Booker Prize in 2009.

You can find the review, “Cromwell’s Long Game,” here, and while you’re there, check out posts by Neil and his crew of Nosy Writers.


About Julie Goldberg

Julie Goldberg has lived a life entirely too entangled with books. She is a school librarian, former English teacher, compulsive reader, occasional jazz singer and the author of Lily in the Light of Halfmoon. You can email her at perfectwhole@gmail.com and follow her on Twitter @juliegoldberg.
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