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This review is from: Utter Folly (Kindle Edition)
I love that this book is so quintessentially English, set in an English village and country house. The whole style, setting and quirky humour does have a Tom Sharpe feel about it and is very similar to the The Dealer (also highly recommended) which I had only just finished reading, so it was a joy reading Utter Folly straight off the back of it, it kept the Tom Sharpe-esque vibe going. A few people have commented on the bad language - it didn't bother me, but if you are offended by profanities, you'd best keep away. All in all, this is a quirky, page-turning, book that I enjoyed reading.