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Articles > 2014 > 7 November > Reviews > Book reviews >

And . . . no secrets are hidden

Sarah Meyrick reads a new 'Aga saga'

All Desires Known
Tanya van Hasselt
Matador £7.99
(978-1-78306-266-9)
Church Times Bookshop £7.10 (Use code CT463 )

ALL DESIRES KNOWN, a self-published title by a new novelist, Tanya van Hasselt, is probably best described as an Aga saga, set in a public school. The main characters are Martin Darrow, the chaplain, who is knocked sideways by the discovery that a new pupil is the son of his sadistic ...

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