The Animals at Lockwood Manor

This is a strong debut, full of creepy cliffhangers, lovely descriptions and a believably inelegant heroine. 

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Review of ‘The Animals at Lockwood Manor’

Thirty-year-old Hetty Cartwright has always assumed the role of outcast, even in her own mind. She finds solace among the taxidermic specimens of the natural history museum, and she takes her assignment to oversee their care as they are removed from London during World War II very seriously. Jobs like this are almost never available…

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