Andrew Miller wins Costa Book of the Year with his 6th novel "Pure" set in 1785 Paris

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Andrew Miller wins Costa Book of the Year with his 6th novel "Pure" set in 1785 Paris

Jan 24 2012

Novelist Andrew Miller has won the 2011 Costa Book of the Year, his first major literary award, for his sixth novel, Pure, set in pre-revolutionary Paris in 1785.

Pure is published in the UK by Sceptre, the literary imprint of Hodder and Stoughton. It would seem that Pure does not currently have a publisher in North America, but is available online through Amazon, and Chapters Indigo in Canada.

Source: Costa Awards

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