Festival Book Club Read - Charlotte Mendelson - The Exhibitionist

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Festival Book Club Read - Charlotte Mendelson - The Exhibitionist

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This year's Festival Read is the extraordinary fifth novel from the multi-award-winning writer, Charlotte Mendelson; a dazzling exploration of art, sacrifice, toxic family politics, desire, and
personal freedom. Read it ahead then meet the author and ask questions about the novel. Perfect for your September book group meeting too!

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Festival Book Club Read - Charlotte Mendelson - The Exhibitionist (14 Sept 2022)
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