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Another eually overpowering claim on his affections Patrick a curator at the Brighton Museum is also besotted with his policeman and opens Tom's eyes to a world previously unknown to him But in an age when those of 'minority status' were condemned by society and the law it is safer for this policeman to marry his teacher The two lovers must share him until one of them breaks and three lives are destroyed Unfolding through the dua I think it was George Bernard Shaw who coined the maxim He who can does He who cannot teaches While there may sometimes be some trut Dragon Age: Hard in Hightown eually overpowering claim on his affections Patrick a curator at the Brighton Museum is also besotted with his policeman and opens Tom's The Isles eyes to a world previously unknown to him But in an age when those of 'minority status' were condemned by society and the law it is safer for this policeman to marry his teacher The two lovers must share him until one of them breaks and three lives are destroyed Unfolding through the dua I think it was George Bernard Shaw who coined the maxim He who can does He who cannot teaches While there may sometimes be some trut

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An exuisitely told tragic tale of thwarted love From the moment Marion first lays eyes on Tom her best friend's big brother broad blond blue eyed she is smitten And when he comes home from National Service to be a policeman Marion a newly ualified teacher is determined to win him Unable to acknowledge the signs that something is amiss she plunges into marriage sure that her love is enough for both of them But Tom has another life I was both fascinated and immensely annoyed by this book The blurb describes it as a tragic love story of a man and a woman both in The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy exuisitely told tragic tale of thwarted love From the moment Marion first lays Complete Amber Sourcebook eyes on Tom her best friend's big brother broad blond blue Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet eyed she is smitten And when he comes home from National Service to be a policeman Marion a newly ualified teacher is determined to win him Unable to acknowledge the signs that something is amiss she plunges into marriage sure that her love is Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, enough for both of them But Tom has another life I was both fascinated and immensely annoyed by this book The blurb describes it as a tragic love story of a man and a woman both in

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L narratives of Marion and Patrick both writing about the man at the centre of their lives this beautifully told painful tragic story is revealed It is a tale of wasted years misguided love and thwarted hope of how at a time when the country was on the verge of change so much was still impossible Bethan Roberts has produced an intense and exuisitely raw yet tender novel which proves her to be one of our most exciting young writers Sad sad sad Such a beautifully written book one that really got inside the hearts and minds of the 3 main characters Fabulously set


10 thoughts on “My Policeman

  1. says:

    Omg why I did read this No seriously why I guess I wanted to read something ueer that wasn’t explicitly mm except I forgot that when straight people I think this author is straight—sorry for assumingjudging regardless write litfic about teh gays THEY LIKE TO MAKE US AS MISERABLE AS POSSIBLE And while I have some patience for marginalised people writing tragedy for themselves for the sake of having a voice and finding catharsisI have ex

  2. says:

    I was both fascinated and immensely annoyed by this book The blurb describes it as a tragic love story of a man and a woman both in love with the same man in a time the 1950s when it is safer for him to marry the woman and maintain a front of respectability As a longtime reader of LGBT fiction it sounded like exactly the sort of book I would

  3. says:

    This is well written and certainly captures the feeling of living in a time and place when homosexuality was illegal and when anyone who didn't avoid any connection with it was liable to pay a heavy price As a story it'sfine It's a perfectly good book But I felt that there was always something there just out of reach something a little deeper a little hard hitting something that could grab the reader if only it was said And that something

  4. says:

    Since Marion was a girl she has been besotted by her friend Sylvie's older brother Tom She dreams of their being together and tries to scheme her way into seeing him any which way she can As they grow older Tom goes into the military and then becomes a policeman He is a good swimmer and gives Marion swimming lessons Though Marion feels so strongly about Tom and he must know it he is slow to make any sort of advances Sylvie tries to warn M

  5. says:

    beautifully written and incredibly sad set in the 1950s when homosexuality was still illegal in great britain a woman and man recount their lives being in love with the same man i found myself wonderinggrowing increasingly frustrated with certain elements of the story such as view spoilerWHY did marion and tom stay toge

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    I think it was George Bernard Shaw who coined the maxim He who can does He who cannot teaches While there may sometimes b

  7. says:

    A really good story which moves back and forth between 1999 and 195758 Schoolgirl Marion has a crush on her friend's brother Tom in 1950's Brighton Having left school she finds herself spending time with him and determines to marry him Unkno

  8. says:

    One of those books like The Poisonwood Bible which inhabits your field of vision while you're reading it Walking around Brighton this past week

  9. says:

    Sad sad sad Such a beautifully written book one that really got inside the hearts and minds of the 3 main characters Fabulously set in late 1950s and present day Brighton this book was totally compelling and very telling about how difficult it was being gay or indeed a woman in those times I was struck by the sadness of

  10. says:

    I can't even begin to describe how distressing reading this book was semi spoilerThere were no happy bits and from the get go I knew how much of a btch Marion was going to be I felt for her in the beginning and her feelings were valid but not valid enough to destroy someone's life like that for a person that di

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