Advance Book Review: Exposure by Helen Dunmore

In 1960, post-Second World War, Simon Callington, works for the British government but when an unfortunate accident requires that he  comes to the aid of an old friend he ends up in a lot of trouble. The type of trouble that gets him arrested and his family is in peril. As his wife Lily relocates herself and their three children from Muswell Hill to the coast for safety and to ease their financial burdens, Simon is on remand. Can he get out of this web of false accusations and what will it take?

This book is much more than a political thriller of intriguing espionage. it’s about a family and trust between a husband and wife as well as encompassing complex relationships between adults. I was hooked on reading Exposure as it really was an engaging read about human nature and whether humanity, as it is, will triumph.

A very accomplished and gripping literary thriller. Exposure will be released on 28th January 2016 and is available for pre-order.

Links To Book:
Amazon UK
Amazon US
Goodreads

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