Competition: The History Girls

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November 30, 2013 by Lydia Syson

Fairfield church interior with hopsThis week there’s a chance to win a copy of That Burning Summer thanks to the The History Girls - if you already don’t know this consistently thought-provoking blog, I highly recommend exploring it.  Find out here how mooching for years on Romney Marsh inspired me to writeThat Burning Summer, and then enter the competition here – you’ve got until December 7th to win one of five books.  The question relates to the church in which Peggy hides Henryk…my favourite church in all the world, St Thomas Becket, Fairfield, Kent.

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