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Chloe Hall to launch her debut novel this month

Class of 2020, Chloe Hall is launching 'Dragging a Donkey through Treacle', an uplifting and entertaining read

We are delighted to share the news that recent leaver Chloe Hall is launching a novel tomorrow, which she hopes will resonate with a broad range of readers. She was recently interviewed by BBC Radio Cornwall to talk about her upcoming book, which you can listen to through this link.

Chloe shared a short teaser about the novel:

It’s hard to solve a mystery when you can’t even remember there’s a mystery to solve…

Suffering from partial amnesia, and unable to recall the events surrounding the accident that caused this state, twenty-one year old Dipali Kaur is placed under the care of Dr Thorn, a genial therapist who unfortunately has his own mental health problems.

Who did Dipali inadvertently save from plunging to their death? Does a six-year-old boy on a red tricycle really have any answers? And just who is the alluringly mysterious young man she meets on a visit to a WWI battlefield in France?

Throughout her witty, entertaining and occasionally poignant narration, Dipali highlights the fact that nothing in her life is as straightforward as it may seem, but her thoughts about everything and everyone are affirming and appealing.

'Dragging a Donkey through Treacle' will be available in hardback from all good bookshops and as an eBook format on Amazon through United Writers.

We wish Chloe every success with her book launch!

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