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- WINNER OF THE BELIEVER PRIZE 2008 Traumatized by an accident which ‘involved something falling from the sky’ and leaves him eight and a half million pounds richer but hopelessly estranged from the world...
- Shortlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction 2010 Shortlisted for Amazon's Rising Stars award 2009 Longlisted for the RNA Romantic Novel of the Year 2010 Longlisted for Le Prince Maurice Prize for Literary...
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- Winner of the Ramón Llull Prize 2014 Three women, three centuries and the same porcelain chocolate pot: Sara, the scion of a dynasty of chocolatiers from Barcelona, who prides herself on maintaining the...
- An acclaimed author of novels and short stories, Tim Parks – who was described in a recent review as “one of the best living writers of English” – has delighted audiences around the world with his finely...
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- As Cosmopolitan’s professional agony aunt for the last forty years, Irma Kurtz has had to deal with the most intimate problems of successive generations of readers, while having to keep up with the...
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