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Kate Atkinson

English writer

1951   -  

genre: poetry
country of citizenship: United Kingdom
educated at: University of Dundee
occupation: screenwriter, novelist, playwright, journalist, short story writer, writer
award received: Member of the Order of the British Empire, E. M. Forster Award, Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature
www.kateatkinson.co.uk

Kate Atkinson, (born 20 December 1951) is an English writer of novels, plays and short stories. She is known for creating the Jackson Brodie series of detective novels, which has been adapted into the BBC series Case Histories. She won the Whitbread Book of the Year prize in 1995 in the Novels category for Behind the Scenes at the Museum, winning again in 2013 and 2015 under its new name the Costa Book Awards.
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works

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Life After Life

novel by Kate Atkinson

author: Kate Atkinson

2013

Human Croquet

novel by Kate Atkinson

author: Kate Atkinson

1997

One Good Turn

novel by Kate Atkinson

author: Kate Atkinson

2006

Case Histories

novel by Kate Atkinson

author: Kate Atkinson

2004

Emotionally Weird

novel by Kate Atkinson

author: Kate Atkinson

2000

Started Early, Took My Dog

novel by Kate Atkinson

author: Kate Atkinson

2010

When Will There Be Good News?

novel by Kate Atkinson

author: Kate Atkinson

2008

Behind the Scenes at the Museum

novel by Kate Atkinson

author: Kate Atkinson

1995

Not the End of the World

book by Kate Atkinson

author: Kate Atkinson

2002

A God in Ruins

2015 novel written by Kate Atkinson

author: Kate Atkinson

2015

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