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Walter proves an accomplished storyteller with an impressive wartime debut

A Quiet Life; By Natasha Walter

10th July, 2016
Natasha Walter: a sturdy fictional achievement

FICTION; A Quiet Life; By Natasha Walter; The Borough Press, €17.25

Natasha Walter is one of those polymaths who turn out to be brilliant at everything they do.

She graduated with a Double First from Cambridge, studied at Harvard, became deputy literary editor of the Independent, appears regularly on Newsnight Review, and is the founder and director of a charity called Women for Refugee Women. She is also the author of two blistering...

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