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Wait Till I Tell You

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Travelling between Scotland and England, each story in this collection is separate from, but bonded to, its fellow by similiar themes, such as love and nationality.
Published July 10th 1998 by Not Avail (first published 1997)
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May 28, 2012 Kristin rated it liked it
I really liked the early stories in this collection, the switch in point of view that the author employs often is interesting and the settings, usually in the north of Scotland, are beautiful. The collection goes markedly downhill halfway through, however. Still, worth a read for a glimpse into an interesting cross section of contemporary Scotland.
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Candia McWilliam was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1955 and educated at Girton College, Cambridge. She won a Vogue writing competition in 1971 and worked for the magazine between 1976 and 1979.

Her first novel, the macabre A Case of Knives (1988), was joint winner of the Betty Trask Prize. It was followed by A Little Stranger, a disturbing tale of domestic life, in 1989. Both books won Scottish Ar
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