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Product Description: "A wise and beautiful book about what it feels like to be alive—I really loved it."—Zadie Smith"Maggie Gee's account of her life as a writer cuts to the bone as she relives triumphs, rejections, despair and renewal. It's a wonderful book, for its boldness and vigour, and for its piercing honesty...read more

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9781846599873 | Telegram, August 23, 2011, cover price $21.95 | About this edition: "A wise and beautiful book about what it feels like to be alive—I really loved it.

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9781846590528 | Gardners Books, March 10, 2009, cover price $21.80

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9781846590795 | Telegram, August 1, 2010, cover price $13.95

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Product Description: In this novel, Maggie Gee speculates about the survival of love between men and women in a frozen future world where children are rare, child-size robots run out of control, and homosexuality is the norm. Far into the the 21st century, civilization has broken down in the face of the deepening cold...read more

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9781860661532 | Richard Cohen Books, August 1, 2000, cover price $13.00 | About this edition: In this novel, Maggie Gee speculates about the survival of love between men and women in a frozen future world where children are rare, child-size robots run out of control, and homosexuality is the norm.

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An annual anthology of writing, which showcase the best in fiction, non-fiction and poetry from established and up-and-coming writers in the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Commonwealth.
By Bernardine Evaristo (editor) and Maggie Gee (editor)

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9781862079328 | Granta Books, September 28, 2007, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: An annual anthology of writing, which showcase the best in fiction, non-fiction and poetry from established and up-and-coming writers in the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Commonwealth.

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Presents stories of everyday life set against an intricately woven backdrop encompassing larger issues of poverty, race relations, and social prejudices. This title is about love that tell us something about life, and how people negotiate a path for themselves. The actors of the stories quietly and unobtrusively assume their place in the world.

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9781846590139 | Telegram, June 1, 2007, cover price $12.95 | About this edition: Presents stories of everyday life set against an intricately woven backdrop encompassing larger issues of poverty, race relations, and social prejudices.

Christopher and Alexandra's passion for one another raises eyebrows and invites envy. This beautiful, blinkered couple do the unthinkable and run away from home, abandoning their two teenage children. This is a story of obsessive love and a testimony to the bonds that tie us to our past, regardless of distance or time travelled.

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9781846590016 | Telegram, February 1, 2007, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: Christopher and Alexandra's passion for one another raises eyebrows and invites envy.
9781860661785 | Metro Books, February 1, 2002, cover price $14.95

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Ugandan Mary Tendo worked for many years in the white middle-class Henman household in London, cleaning for Vanessa and looking after her only child, Justin. More than ten years after Mary has left, Justin is too depressed to get out of bed. To his mother's surprise, he asks for Mary. This work confronts racism and class conflict with humour.

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9781846590085 | Telegram, October 1, 2006, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: Ugandan Mary Tendo worked for many years in the white middle-class Henman household in London, cleaning for Vanessa and looking after her only child, Justin.

President Bliss is handling a tricky situation with customary brio, but after months of ceaseless rain the city is sinking under the floods. The rich are safe on high ground, but the poor are getting damper in their packed tower blocks, and the fanatical 'Last Days' sect is recruiting thousands ...

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9780863565120 | Al Saqi, March 3, 2006, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: President Bliss is handling a tricky situation with customary brio, but after months of ceaseless rain the city is sinking under the floods.

Lottie Lucas is the luckiest person she knows. She has looks, money, three houses and a teenage son she adores. So why is her husband Harold walking out on her a few days before Christmas?

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9780312486082 | St Martins Pr, March 1, 1986, cover price $17.95 | About this edition: Follows Lottie Lucas and her estranged husband, Harold, as they indulge themselves with the wrong partners, seeking a fulfillment outside marriage that eludes them

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9780863568688 | 2 edition (Al Saqi, January 30, 2004), cover price $13.50 | About this edition: Lottie Lucas is the luckiest person she knows.

When his sudden illness brings together the three grown children of Alfred White, a London park keeper, tension, racial prejudice, fear, and hatred erupts among the two brothers, the younger a virulent racist, and their sister, who lives with a black social worker. Original.

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9780863563805 | Al Saqi, January 1, 2003, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: When his sudden illness brings together the three grown children of Alfred White, a London park keeper, tension, racial prejudice, fear, and hatred erupts among the two brothers, the younger a virulent racist, and their sister, who lives with a black social worker.

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Still passionately in love after twelve years of marriage, Christopher and Alexandra leave their responsibilities behind them, and twenty-five years later, they are paying for their sins.

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9780395604847 | Ticknor & Fields, March 1, 1992, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: Still passionately in love after twelve years of marriage, Christopher and Alexandra leave their responsibilities behind them, and twenty-five years later, they are still paying for their sins

Paula Timms, a writer, begins a novel about the murder of an anti-nuclear activist, while Grace, her aunt, returns to the town of her childhood

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9781555843663 | Grove Pr, September 1, 1989, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: Paula Timms, a writer, begins a novel about the murder of an anti-nuclear activist, while Grace, her aunt, returns to the town of her childhood

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