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- Short-listed for Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction (Fiction) 2015
- Legend Press Ltd
- 196 x 133 x 25 mm
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- 317 g
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`Rich, haunted, gripping, painful and beautifully entwined' -- Ruth Padel `A powerful novel. Its characters will haunt you long after their stories have been told.' -- Naomi Gryn `A fearless and meticulously observed examination of pain transformed by the redeeming power of friendship' -- Vanora Bennett Cosy domestic scenes in suburban London, brilliantly described, are used to contrast with experiences of absolute horror at the heart of a deep and shaming secret. For life to move on, all must be forgiven, no matter how difficult this may be.' -- Phillip Knightley `Jemma Wayne has very skilfully managed to weave together not only the alternating strands of her compelling narrative but also passages of intense action with reflective inner monologue. A highly accomplished debut!' -- Gerald Jacobs * The Jewish Chronicle *
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Born to an American musician father, and English mother, Jemma Wayne grew up in Hertfordshire and studied Social and Political Sciences at Cambridge University and Broadcast Journalism at the University of Westminster. She began her career as a journalist at The Jewish Chronicle, and later as a columnist for The Jewish News. She is now a regularly featured blogger at The Huffington Post and continues to contribute to a variety of other publications. Her first play, Negative Space, was staged in 2009 at Hampstead's New End Theatre, receiving critical acclaim.Jemma's debut novel After Before was longlisted for the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction, longlisted for the Guardian Not the Booker Prize and shortlisted for the Waverton Good Read Award.