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AuthorDerek Beaven
Edition NumberFirst Edition Edition
PublisherFourth Estate
Publication Date3/21/2005
Book DescriptionRiding home from London in that first snowfall, on the powerful motorbike he was given for Christmas, seventeen-year-old Alan Rae has a brush with death. Immediately he meets a girl, Cynthia, who will change his life. But someone else is equally preoccupied with her, Geoffrey, a young scientist who works with Alan’s father in the race with the Americans and the Russians to develop the microchip. Alan, Geoffrey and Cynthia become linked by a web of secrets which, while the country remains in icy suspension, threatens everything they ever trusted.
Editorial ReviewBeaven has the gift for creating insistently human individuals who prove to be illuminating under pressure … a fine engagement with the largest and smallest details of what it is to be English.'Lavinia Greenlaw, TLS.'He gives us all the uncertainty, liveliness, rumours and unheroic struggles of the present … as clear as a Vermeer mirror.'-David Robertson, Scotsman
About the AuthorDerek Beaven lives in Maidenhead, Berkshire. His first novel, NEWTON’S NIECE (1994) was shortlisted for the Writers' Guild Best Novel Prize and won a Commonwealth Prize. His second, ACTS OF MUTINY (1998) was shortlisted for the Guardian Fiction Prize. His third, IF THE INVADER COMES (2001) was long-listed for the Booker Prize.

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