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Full of some very memorable characters Dartmouth Circle gives a fascinating insight into the paranoia and hidden goings on in a suburban community. Well-written with considerable page-turnability Dartmouth Circle is set in the unusual setting of a cul-de-sac and it features on the one hand some newly arrived students with the usual drug, sex, small time crime and alchoholic party way of life juxtaposed with the existing close-knit older residents who view their peaceful routine as a way of life and, in fact fear the new upstarts and the changing circumstances wrought on the community.
However, itâ€™s easy to empathise with both students and residents alike despite their considerable age difference. But, the residentsâ€™ fears are justified and troubles surface particularly when a relationship grows between one of the younger residents of Dartmouth Circle and one of the newly arrived young studentsâ€¦..
Publication date: 20/11/2001
Publisher: Castlehaven Books
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Diney Costeloe, the daughter of a London publisher and encouraged by her father, has written stories and poems all her life. Trained as a Primary School teacher, she has worked in the East End of London, in Somerset and in the private sector. To date she has published ten romantic novels under the name of Diney Delancey, several short stories in magazines and on the radio, and many articles and poems. She has three children who have now left home and she and her husband and dog, share their time between their home in Somerset and their ...More About Diney Costeloe