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Cynan Jones - Author

CYNAN JONES was born near Aberaeron, Wales in 1975. His previous novels are The Long Dry (winner of a Betty Trask Award in 2007), Everything I Found on the Beach, and the retelling of a Welsh myth Bird, Blood, Snow. In 2013, the chapter 'The Dig' from this novel was shortlisted for the Sunday Times/EFG Private Bank Short Story Award.

If you like Cynan Jones you might also like to read books by John Steinbeck, Ross Raisin and Donal Ryan.

Featured Books, with extracts, by Cynan Jones

The Dig by Cynan Jones
The Dig
Cynan Jones
The sadness and cruelty that lies just under the surface of this beautiful novel is heart-breaking. It’s Welsh sheep farming land, hard, bleak and unforgiving. Daniel farms his family farm. Neighbours have rats that need to be exterminated, badgers that...
Format: Paperback - Released: 06/11/2014

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