Victoria King

Victoria King

Victoria is working on her first book. She is also a flag-waving survivor of Crohn’s Disease. And she loves a Mr Whippy.


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“Do you miss your arsehole?”

Victoria King’s been proper poorly. So has her mate Debs. But they got through it together, allowing them to celebrate the medicinal power of friendship. (Just to clarify: they took the prescribed drugs and surgery, too.)
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Toranory: Gray Mountain

Are you sitting comfortably? Then Victoria King would like to tell you why you should be rooting for the lawyers who don’t play by the rules in a classic John Grisham legal thriller.
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Getting older rocks

Victoria King couldn’t be more chuffed to be getting older, and loads of her mates feel the same. She tells us why.
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Toranory: The Children Act

Are you sitting comfortably? Then Victoria King would like to explain why she’s beyond chuffed to have discovered Ian McEwan, particularly this edge-of-the-seat legal drama.
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Toranory: The Awakening of Miss Prim

Are you sitting comfortably? Then Victoria King is ready to tell you why Natalia Sanmartin Fenollera’s bestseller is more than just a modern romance.
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Why I ❤️ not being a damsel

Victoria King is a practical, pragmatic woman who can look after herself, thank you very much. Sure, sometimes she’s yearned to be rescued, but she’s not very good at the whole damsel thing.
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Toranory: Elizabeth Is Missing

Are you sitting comfortably? Then Victoria King would like to tell you why you should read Emma Healey’s powerful and engaging book about dementia and mysteries from the past.
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Toranory

Victoria King was never an avid reader until an e-reader changed her outlook. She’d like to explain why, so if you’re sitting comfortably, then she’ll begin…
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Toranory: I Am Pilgrim

Are you sitting comfortably? Then Victoria King would like to tell you all about a superspy racing to halt Armageddon in a taut thriller that laughs in the face of stereotypes.
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Why I ♥ Our NHS

Victoria King has every reason to love the NHS and she firmly believes that we should all love it too. She tells Standard Issue why.