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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 A Slightly Frustrating Novel : Mark Roberts Reviews ‘Black Mountain’ by Venero Armanno
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'I have a pile of books on desk waiting to be reviewed or to be more correct, waiting for me to have the time to review them. Black Mountain by Venero Armanno has been waiting longer than most. Published in 2012 it was one of those books that intrigued me with its back cover blurb about a boy being sold into slavery to work in the sulphur mines of Sicily over a century ago. Finally, four years late, I finally picked it up.' (Introduction)

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