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  • Tinder Press

The Six Loves of Billy Binns: the deliciously warm, wise story of a man who wants to fall in love one last time

Richard Lumsden

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

A warm, funny and wise, century-spanning novel for any reader of ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY FINE or THE 100 YEAR OLD MAN WHO CLIMBED OUT OF A WINDOW AND DISAPPEARED

THE SIX LOVES OF BILLY BINNS is a deeply moving debut set in London against the backdrop of the changing 20th century. it is reading group fiction perfect for those who loved the quirky pathos of Gail Honeyman's ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY FINE and the warmth and humour of Rachel Joyce's THE PILGRIMAGE OF HAROLD FRY.

At 117 years old, Billy Binns is the oldest man in Europe and he knows his time is almost up. But Billy has a final wish: he wants to remember what love feels like one last time. As he looks back at the relationships that have shaped his life - and the events that shaped the century - he recalls a life full of hope, heartbreak and, above all, love.

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Richard Lumsden

Richard Lumsden has worked as an actor, writer and composer in television, film and theatre for 30 years. As an actor his films include Downhill, Sightseers, Sense & Sensibility and The Darkest Hour, as well as numerous television shows and theatre productions. THE SIX LOVES OF BILLY BINNS is his first novel.

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