Review: A DEAD LANGUAGE by Peter Rushforth

Boys To Men

by Elizabeth Hand for Washington Post Book World (Dec. 24, 2006)

”  “To die in an instant, without premonition, among close friends, walking through wonderful countryside towards a fine lunch, is probably as good an end as anyone could hope for.”

So wrote Colin Rendall in the Guardian obituary for his friend the novelist Peter Rushforth, who died last year at the age of 60 after suffering a heart attack while hiking on the Yorkshire moors.”

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