Good Reading Magazine – April 2018

The February issue of Good Reading magazine is ready for you to enjoy!

In this month’s edition:

The fragility and strength of hand-crafted fine lace shawls provide a metaphor for human endurance in Australian writer Lauren Chater’s debut novel, The Lace Weaver, featured on the cover story this month.

 Internationally bestselling author of Still Alice, Lisa Genova, talks to gr about her latest book Every Note Played which follows the decline of a classical pianist diagnosed with ALS, and Australian psychologist Gina Perry uncovers a forgotten social experiment conducted at an Oklahoman summer camp during the 1950s in The Lost Boys.

Justine Ettler republishes her initially misunderstood book in the era of #MeToo along with a new work, Bohemia Beach, and we break down the career of the long-reigning Queen of Suspense, Mary Higgins Clark.

All this including an array of book reviews, extracts and more in the April issue of Good Reading!

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