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Kate Pullinger - Author

Kate Pullinger was born in British Columbia and educated on Vancouver Island. She moved to England where she has worked as a lecturer and writer in residence at a variety of institutions including Battersea Arts Centre, and HMP Gartree and Maidstone. She is the author of several novels including When the Monster Dies (1989); The Last Time I Saw Jane (1996); and Weird Sister (1999).

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A Little Stranger by Kate Pullinger
A Little Stranger
Kate Pullinger
Anyone who has been stuck at home with a toddler will identify with Fran but we donât all go to the lengths that she does …. She ups and leaves. But this is not just a book about mothers not...
Format: Paperback (b Format) - Released: 03/05/2007
Don't Know A Good Thing by Kate Pullinger
Don't Know A Good Thing
Kate Pullinger
A wonderful collection of short stories published to celebrate an award which has its links with the great Virginia Woolf. The collection provides a wonderful opportunity to try out both new and established writers; those shortlisted for the Asham Short...
Format: Paperback - Released: 03/04/2006

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