I was possessed' In The Man in the Wooden Hat, Jane Gardam returns for the third and, presumably, final time to Sir Edward Feathers: judge, expat and former Raj orphan. Novelist Jane Gardam was born
Jean Mary Pearson in Coatham, North Yorkshire on 11 July 1928. This, her 15th novel, was shortlisted in Britain for the Orange Prize; it. She was educated at Saltburn High School for Girls, and won a
scholarship. About Jane Gardam: Jane Mary Gardam OBE is a British author of children's and adult fiction.
I?ve never read anything by Jane Gardam before, despite her various awards and other achievements (OBE, Fellow of the Royal Society for Literature etc). Jane Gardam 'I think I would have died if my
first book hadn't been published. ALTHOUGH her books attract admiring reviews and literary prizes in her native England, Jane Gardam, who has just turned 78, remains an unfamiliar name to. She also
reviews for the Spectator and the Telegraph, and wr. She also reviews for the Spectator and the Telegraph, and writes for BBC. British novelist Gardam has twice won the Whitbread and was shortlisted
for the Man Booker. Jane Mary Gardam OBE (born 11 July 1928) is a British author of children's and adult fiction.
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To me, ?on the rocks? means on ice, so this title skews flippant. God on the Rocks: Summary and reviews of God on the Rocks by Jane Gardam. Note: Jane Gardam is a WINNER of the Heywood Hall Literary
Prize for her lifetime contributions to Literature. Originally published in Great Britain in 1978, the novel describes Margaret Marsh's coming of age one summer between the world wars.
Because the baby had come, special attention had to be given to Margaret, who was eight. God on the Rocks? is so charming a novel that you don?t want to give away a single one of the many twists of
its plot. God on the Rocks by Jane Gardam - book cover, description, publication history.
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Jane Haddam is the author of the Gregor Demarkian series of mystery novels. Novelist Jane Gardam was born Jean Mary Pearson in Coatham, North Yorkshire on 11 July 1928. Site includes bibliography and
brief author biography. Read a book review of The Queen of the Tambourine by Jane Gardam at Mostly Fiction.
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is a British novelist, and biographer of notable Victorians. Name: Jane Addams Date of Birth: 1860 Bookstore New Books. Kathryn said: The sequel to The Penderwicks earns four stars (where the first
earne. His publications include biographies of Livingstone. Listed here are all of the Author Bibliographies currently available for this letter of the alphabet. She was educated at Saltburn High
School for Girls, and won a scholarship. The Penderwicks on Gardam Street has 4,764 ratings and 820 reviews.