Sorry for the appalling pun in the title, but this is just a little reminder that the Hay Festival have teamed up with The Pool to celebrate 100 years of women's suffrage. They've asked readers, writers and publishers to choose 100 books by women that have been published in the last 100 years.
I appreciate there are lot more books worthy to be on this list, but given that women's suffrage is a theme of Rachel's story and the struggle for women to be independent runs throughout, please do consider giving me a vote. And please encourage anyone else you know who has read it to do likewise.
You can vote here.
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