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The Art of Letting Go
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The Art of Letting Go

By Chloe Banks
Published by Thistle Publishing
ISBN 978-1910198209
Category FICTION
Autumn 2015


To the inhabitants of Brackton, retired physicist Rosemary Blunt is nothing but a respectable recluse. But Rosemary has a secret, and he’s lying comatose in a hospital only a few miles away. Should she let him live, or let him go?

Author's Biography

Chloe Banks lives on the edge of Dartmoor with her husband, son and an overactive imagination. She wrote a ten-page novel at the age of seven and has accidentally kept writing ever since. She is a prize-winning short story writer and a first-time novelist. Find out more about her at


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"This thoughtful book won't disappoint."

Price £9.99

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Reader Comments

A truly atmospheric book, painting a gentle picture with a growing depth of mystery. The characters will stay with you as if you have met them.
Highly recommended. Lots of fun.
Intelligent and craftily put together - well done!!!
An intelligent, moving piece of writing that had me gripped from beginning to end. I felt for each and every one of the beautifully drawn characters.
Brilliant, moving book.
I enjoyed this first novel from Chloe Banks. Good atmosphere, characters, interesting plot.
I really enjoyed this intelligent, well-observed story. The characters felt real and the plot - although more of a slow-burn than a breakneck page-turner - kept me interested to see how it would all turn out.
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