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Juliet & Romeo

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Juliet & Romeo, David HewsonThe ultimate love story is also a crime story at heart, strewn as it is with murders, a gang war, suicides and a dark sense of desperation. British author David Hewson expertly spins Shakespeare’s story into one where Juliet is the driving force in Renaissance Verona, wanting to throw off the old ways – in particular that blood feud between Montague and Capulet.

We don’t really need to tell you the story, but what you do need to know is that Hewson’s crime novelisation is perfect down to the very last poisonous drop.

Read our full review here.

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