Fatlands by Sarah Dunant

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'“Dunant claims the territory for her own in this fine work, thanks principally to her sharply ironic, appealingly introspective PI, Hannah Wolfe . . . whose observations about such PI indignities as empty larders, loneliness, getting beaten up and needing to discern the thin line between good and evil are frequently funny, occasionally poignant and always insightful.” —Publishers Weekly   “Forcefully written . . . Recommended.” —Library Journal   “Dunant’s writing is smooth, polished, funny, and sophisticated, with an inventive plot and some sharp-edged commentary about the ethics of the modern-day business/science community. An outstanding story with style and humor. Highly recommended.” —Booklist   “Fine work from Hannah, the most successful of the current British Femmes with Attitude, and her creator, with a finale that’s a stunner.” —Kirkus Reviews  '
'“Dunant claims the territory for her own in this fine work, thanks principally to her sharply ironic, appealingly introspective PI, Hannah Wolfe . . . whose observations about such PI indignities as empty larders, loneliness, getting beaten up and needing to discern the thin line between good and evil are frequently funny, occasionally poignant and always insightful.” —Publishers Weekly   “Forcefully written . . . Recommended.” —Library Journal   “Dunant’s writing is smooth, polished, funny, and sophisticated, with an inventive plot and some sharp-edged commentary about the ethics of the modern-day business/science community. An outstanding story with style and humor. Highly recommended.” —Booklist   “Fine work from Hannah, the most successful of the current British Femmes with Attitude, and her creator, with a finale that’s a stunner.” —Kirkus Reviews  '
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