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Mark Lawson - Author


Mark Lawson is a novelist and cultural critic. He has published four novels including Idlewild, Going Out Live and Enough Is Enough. He is the presenter of the BBC Radio 4 arts programme Front Row and BBC Four's Mark Lawson talks to... series. He also writes for the Guardian.

If you like Mark Lawson you might also like to read books by Jonathan Coe, Charlotte Mendelson and Christos Tsiolkas.

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The Deaths by Mark Lawson
The Deaths
Mark Lawson
A brilliant, dark and biting social satire of the upper middle class fat cats in a very broken Britain. The first few pages reveal a crime – when a coffee delivery driver finds the family dogs dead outside the home...
Format: Paperback - Released: 05/06/2014

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