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Kensington Heights

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Frank Inigo Savage simply wants to be alone and the top flat of Kensington Heights seems just the place. Until the other bizarre and eccentric inhabitants of the building start arriving on his doorstep.

And the Savage gets a visit from a homeless waif he meets in the local launderette called Korky.

Korky's intrusion on Savage's private world alters his whole existence. High
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Paperback, 400 pages
Published December 2nd 1996 by Arrow (first published January 1st 1996)
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Jul 29, 2011 Julie rated it it was ok
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i didn't like it. i ended up skimming to the end to see how it ended. he's a good writer, but i didn't like the story
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An interesting rich book, an ambigous love story with an open ending. There is a lot in this - lots of characters, lots of action, psychological themes. I enjoyed reading it.
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Born in Newport, Monmouthshire, 1931, Leslie Thomas is the son of a sailor who was lost at sea in 1943. His boyhood in an orphanage is evoked in This Time Next Week, published in 1964. At sixteen, he became a reporter, before going on to do his national service. He won worldwide acclaim with his bestselling novel The Virgin Soldiers, which has achieved international sales of over four million ...more
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