Our guest today is Lorraine Brown, whose debut novel Uncoupling came out a couple of weeks ago in the UK, and will be out in the US as The Paris Connection this summer. It’s a delightful love story which made for a great start to my reading year. Lorraine spoke to me just before her novel was published, and we had a meandering chat about all kinds of things from our love of trains, our experiences of LA, why authors should stay away from their Goodreads reviews, and more.
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Books Mentioned on the Podcast:
The Note, by Zoe Folbigg
Unscripted, by Claire Handscombe
The Chalet, by Catherine Cooper
The Hunting Party, by Lucy Foley
The Guest List, by Lucy Foley
The Vanishing Half, by Brit Bennett
Girl A, by Abigail Dean
The Submission, by Amy Waldman
Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling, by Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen
The Crow Folk, by Mark Stay
The Divines, by Ellie Eaton
Insatiable, by Daisy Buchanan
Raceless, by Georgina Lawton
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