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Milly Johnson recommends… by SJV
2019/03/05  |  By:   |  Features  |  

Our good friends at Apple Books asked Milly Johnson for her Top 5 recommends… and here they are!

The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton – Anstey Harris

‘Lovely and uplifting and it played my heart like a violin. If you love music and you love stories, this is an extra-harmonious read.’


Life – Keith Richards

‘A fascinating, searingly honest and brilliantly entertaining autobiography about life as a Rolling Stone from my favourite man in rock in roll.  Like a wild adult Jackanory.’

Dumb Witness - Agatha Christie

‘Ms Christie is the equivalent of comfort food.  I know every murderer in every book but I still find joy in riding the plot as it unfurls.  This is my favourite of hers.  Plus the dog in it is fabulous.’

You – Caroline Kepnes

‘I love a good, dark, twisty psychological tale, especially one as clever and slick as this one.  Fabulous.’


Persuasion - Jane Austen

‘The most romantic, wonderful story of love – and woman – blossoming.  The central premise of this book contains a message that never ages – keep on hoping and sometimes magic happens.’