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Sarah Quigley - Author


Sarah Quigley is a New Zealand-born novelist, poet and critic. She has a D.Phil. in Literature from the University of Oxford, and has won several awards for her writing. Since winning the Creative New Zealand Berlin Writers Residency in 2000, Quigley has been based in Berlin.

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Featured Books, with extracts, by Sarah Quigley

The Conductor by Sarah Quigley
The Conductor
Sarah Quigley
A profoundly moving story of music, survival, friendship and love in wartime Leningrad. This is the story of a man caught in the white heat of obsession. A man who inspired an entire city, much less a ragged orchestra of...
Format: Paperback - Released: 01/01/2013
Lovereading Price: £6.39

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