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A.L. Barker

A.L. Barker left school at the age of sixteen and joined the BBC after the War. In 1947 she won the first-ever Somerset Maugham Prize for her debut collection of short stories, Innocents, and in 1969, her novel John Brown's Body was shortlisted for the Booker Prize. The author of eleven novels and ten collections of stories, she died in 2002.

Previous Books:
he Haunt The Haunt, The The Gooseboy John Brown's Body

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