Dundee International Book Prize Shortlist 2013
And yet despite the parade of horrors visited upon her early life, she greets the world with the witty, fierce insight of a survivor. Anais finds a sense of belonging among the residents of the Panopticon--they form intense bonds, and she soon becomes part of an ad-hoc family. Together, they struggle against the adults that keep them confined. But when she looks up at the watchtower that looms over the residents, Anais realizes her fate: She is an anonymous part of an experiment, and she always was.
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Unravelling by Lindsay Stanberry-Flynn. Dance Lessons by Aine Greaney.
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Cells by Harriet Grace. Flesh and Bronze by Alison Leonard. Funnily Enough by Sophie Neville. Inceptio by Alison Morton.
Redemption Blues by Tim Griggs. The Assistant by Jonathan Skinner. An Imitation of Life by Laura Solomon. The Spark by John Kenny.
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Entrants were worldwide. The prize was cancelled, after the first stage sift had taken place, since it was no longer able to guarantee the winning novel would be published.
Andrew Murray Scott 's book Tumulus inaugural winner detailed bohemian Dundee through the 60s and 70s to the present day. Malcolm Archibald 's Whales for a Wizard which won in was an adventure story based around the whaling industry in Dundee in the s. Chris Longmuir 's Dead Wood was a grizzly crime novel set in a world of violence and gangland retribution. Alan Wright's Act of Murder was a tale of magic, poisonings and thespians, with some gruesome murders thrown in for good measure.
Winner of the Dundee International Book Prize - Culture - Survive France
Simon Ashe-Browne 's Nothing Human Left was a psychological thriller set in a Dublin public school as a schoolboy's criminal desires reach a frightening conclusion. Jessica Thummel was winner. It was published in June From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.