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Bring up the bodies.

Author: Hilary Mantel
Publisher: Harper Collins Publishers, 2012.
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The sequel to the Man Booker-winning Wolf Hall. 'My boy Thomas, give him a dirty look and he'll gouge your eye out. Trip him, and he'll cut off your leg,' says Walter Cromwell in the year 1500. 'But if you don't cut across him he's a very gentleman. And he'll stand anyone a drink.' By 1535 Thomas Cromwell, the blacksmith's son.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hilary Mantel
ISBN: 9780007315093 0007315090
OCLC Number: 829058514
Awards: Winner of Man Booker Prize for Fiction 2012.
Winner of Costa Novel Award 2012.
Winner of Costa Book of the Year 2012.
Shortlisted for Women's Prize for Fiction 2013.
Description: 432 p.
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'This is a bloody story about the death of Anne Boleyn, but Hilary Mantel is a writer who thinks through the blood. She uses her power of prose to create moral ambiguity and the real uncertainty of Read more...

 
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