Harper

9780062946393

STARRED REVIEW

The Boy in the Field

The discovery of a random crime leads to an empathic exploration of family, connection and creativity in Margot Livesey’s ninth novel.

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Review of ‘The Boy in the Field’

The discovery of a random crime leads to an empathic exploration of family, connection and creativity in Margot Livesey’s ninth novel, The Boy in the Field

Walking home from school outside of Oxford, England, siblings Matthew, Zoe and Duncan Lang find Karel Lustig lying in a field, stabbed and left for dead. Their intervention saves…

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