Also Published - 5 Debutants
- The List
- 19 March 2009
Sara Stockbridge - Hammer The 1980s muse of Vivienne Westwood delivers a novel set in Victorian London about a pickpocket called Grace Hammer. Chatto.
Peter Akinti - Forest Gate Two East London teenagers make a suicide pact but when one survives he heads on a journey of self-discovery which takes him from London to Somalia and Brazil. Jonathan Cape.
Malla Nunn - A Beautiful Place to Die First in a new crime series with Detective Emmanuel Cooper attempting to find the killer of an Afrikaans police captain in 1950s South Africa. Picador.
Lisa Genova - Still Alice When a Harvard professor develops Alzheimer’s at the age of 50, she and her family struggle to cope as her concept of self slips away. Simon & Schuster.
Laurie Viera Rigler - Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict Yet another book from the inexplicable Austen-inspired sub-genre features an American waking up in Regency England in the body of Jane Mansfield. Bloomsbury.