Rupert Thomson

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Rupert Thomson’s latest book is called Katherine Carlyle. It’s about a young English woman living with her father in Rome. She’s an IVF baby.

Rupert Thomson's 'Katherine Carlyle'

Rupert Thomson’s latest book is called Katherine Carlyle. It’s about a young English woman living with her father in Rome. She’s an IVF baby.

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