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Jacqueline Yallop

Jacqueline Yallop read English at Oxford and did her PhD in nineteenth-century literature at the University of Sheffield. She has been curator of the Ruskin Gallery in Sheffield and now writes novels. She does not collect anything.
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By far the most impressive novel I read this year... I'd give it to anyone who wants, as I do, to have their head and heart churned by what they readJulie Myerson
Observer

A spellbinding tale of betrayal and illicit desire... The human experience of love, desire, guilt and loneliness are at the heart of the novel... A compelling and quietly devastating story about a woman destroyed by her faith
Independent on Sunday

A wise, mysterious, gravely compelling story about a young nun in occupied France and the long sad aftermath of a wartime love affair... A novel of huge scope and profound questioning
Sunday Times

A work of great originality, devastating in its impact... As powerful as it is subtle, a novel of gripping emotional and psychological intensity
Daily Mail