Book review: The Hours Before Dawn

Sarah Cohen reviews The Hours Before Dawn by Celia Fremlin Originally published in 1958 and recently reissued, The Hours Before Dawn by Celia Fremlin, is a psychological thriller which uses a beautiful writing technique, an air of immense creepiness and witty evocation of motherhood in the 1950s. Faber & Faber have republished the novel and it strikes a chord even today.

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