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Babies In Rhinestones And Other Stories (Abacus Books)

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Sep 13, 2015 Julie rated it really liked it
I was delighted to find this in the Amnesty Bookshop in York, always a good source of out of print or forgotten books of the seventies and eighties. Shena Mackay is an author I love, but she has produced relatively few books over the course of a long career, and they are not all that easy to track down. Babies in Rhinestones is a collection of short stories written between the mid-seventies and mid-eighties, and are fascinating for the way they evoke that now seemingly distant era through ...more
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Shena Mackay was born in Edinburgh in 1944 and currently lives in London. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and also Honorary Visiting Professor to the MA in Writing at Middlesex University.

Her novels include the black comedy Redhill Rococo (1986), winner of the Fawcett Society Book Prize; Dunedin (1992), which won a Scottish Arts Council Book Award; and the acclaimed The Orchard
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