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  • 304

  • 9781906217570

  • 2 mm

  • 12 mm

  • 233 gram


  • 25 JUNE 2008

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    In this sequel to his bestselling The Glittering Prizes, the money and power of Mrs Thatchers golden years can do little to save the prizewinners from the trip-wires that lace their upward path. Success as a novelist and Hollywood screenwriter proves a double-edged sword for Adam Morris, whose public cynicism continues to mask his private anguish. Paperback , 295 pages Published April 1st 2011 by Not Avail (first published 2007)

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    Frederic Raphael

    Writer, critic and broadcaster, Frederic Raphael was educated at Charterhouse School and at St Johns College, Cambridge. He has written several screenplays and fifteen novels. His The Glittering Prizes was one of the major British and American television successes of the 1970s.