Alison Moore

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Top 10 secrets in fiction
From the hidden passions of Mrs Dalloway to Patrick Bateman’s murderous designs, these books expose a subject we all privately love

Eli Goldstone

12, Jul, 2017 @9:26 AM

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Tips, links and suggestions: what are you reading this week?
Your space to discuss the books you are reading and what you think of them

Guardian readers and Marta Bausells

29, Sep, 2014 @5:14 PM

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He Wants review – Alison Moore's visceral second novel

Alison Moore explores desire, dreams and thwarted lives in her slim, poignant second offering, writes Anita Sethi

Anita Sethi

10, Aug, 2014 @3:00 PM

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He Wants review – Alison Moore's story of danger and desire
A widower feels the pedestrian confines of his life begin to break down in this brave and rigorous novel, writes Rachel Cusk

Rachel Cusk

31, Jul, 2014 @8:00 AM

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The publishing year 2012
The books they loved and lost: publishers on their favourites – and the ones they wished they had on their own lists

21, Dec, 2012 @10:55 PM

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Books of the year 2012

From Zadie Smith's new novel to Robert Macfarlane's journeys on foot and memoirs by Edna O'Brien and Salman Rushdie… Which books have most impressed our writers this year?

The Observer

25, Nov, 2012 @12:04 AM

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Hilary Mantel's second Booker winner is just the latest in a brilliant catalogue

After reading her masterful Bring Up the Bodies, no one can argue that historical fiction is irrelevant to our time

Justine Jordan

16, Oct, 2012 @9:00 PM

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Why The Lighthouse should win the 2012 Booker Prize - video

Richard Lea argues that Alison Moore's debut novel, The Lighthouse, should win this year's Man Booker prize

Richard Lea and Richard Sprenger

10, Oct, 2012 @7:00 AM

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Alison Moore: 'I'd like to see somebody else's angle on my book – as long as they didn't change the ending'
The author of The Lighthouse talks to Ben East about her shock at being shortlisted for the Booker, and the prospect of her work being turned into a film

Interview by Ben East

06, Oct, 2012 @11:05 PM

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My hero: Kurt Vonnegut by Alison Moore
'His dark stories are so full of love and acceptance, as well as wit'

Alison Moore

05, Oct, 2012 @9:55 PM

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The Lighthouse by Alison Moore – review

Longlisted for the Man Booker, this strikingly creepy debut is a superb exploration of the lingering effect of boyhood trauma, says Anthony Cummins

Anthony Cummins

25, Aug, 2012 @11:04 PM

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The Lighthouse by Alison Moore
Jenn Ashworth admires an unsettling and spare debut

Jenn Ashworth

24, Aug, 2012 @9:55 PM

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