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Susan Hill


Nominated Title: The Various Haunts Of Men

Publisher: Alison & Busby

'The Various Haunts Of Men' - review
Susan Hill:  Author


Susan Hill was born in the Yorkshire coastal town of Scarborough and the town has since featured in several of her novels and short stories. Susan later moved to live in Coventry and left school with A levels in English, French History and Latin before joining King’s College London to study English.

Susan’s first novel, The Enclosure, was published in 1961 and has written ghost stories, children’s books, non-fiction and Crime fiction with equal gusto ever since.

Susan won a Somerset Maugham Award for I'm the King of the Castle in1970, The Whitbread Novel Award for The Bird of Night in1972 and the Mail on Sunday John Llewellyn Rhys Prize for The Albatross the following year for this collection of short stories.

1983’s The Woman in Black is a “traditional” Victorian ghost story and has been successfully adapted for stage and television. Susan Hill is also the author of two volumes of memoir, The Magic Apple Tree: A Country Year about her life in rural Oxfordshire during the 1970s, and Family in which she writes about her early life in Scarborough.

Her books for children include The Glass Angels, Beware and King of Kings. She has also written radio plays, a number of books of non-fiction and has edited several anthologies of short stories.

Susan lives in The Cotswolds with her husband, the Shakespeare scholar Professor Stanley Wells.

www.susan-hill.com

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Other nominations for the Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award 06

  Martin Edwards: twice nominated for CWA Daggers, his nomination for the Theakston's Old Peculier Harrogate Crime Writing Festival is for his Lake District Mystery, The Coffin Trail published by Allison & Busby. .
Short biography by Chris High
Review of 'The Coffin Trail' by Chris High

  Lindsay Ashford: since becoming published in 2003 her career has marched on from strength to strength and is nominated for only her second novel, Strange Blood.
Short biography by Chris High
Review of 'Strange Blood' by Chris High

  Stephen Booth: journalist for over twenty-five years wrote his first novel at the age of 12. He is nominated for his book One Last Breath published by Harper Collins.
Short biography by Chris High

Review of 'One Last Breath' by Chris High

  Val McDermid: one the nation’s foremost, respected and most popular authors is nominated for her book The Torment Of Others published by HarperCollins.
Short biography by Chris High
Review of 'The Torment Of Others' by Chris High

  Ian Rankin: best known for his Inspector Rebus novels, which are mainly set in Edinburgh is nominated for his book Fleshmarket Close published by Orion.
Short biography by Chris High
Review of 'Fleshmarket Close' by Chris High
  
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