The Hopeless Life of Charlie Summers
A modern A TALE OF TWO CITIES by the bestselling author of SALMON FISHING IN THE YEMEN. "The money came out of nowhere. In the first years of the first decade of the new century, money flowed around the world as it had never done before. Then, somewhere, someone asked a question. It was: 'Can I have my money back?'"
"This hugely likeable book subtly highlights the surprising parallells between obvious con men and the rest of us who just want to make a fast buck."
– Elizabeth Buchan, SUNDAY TIMES
Delighted to announce the prizes for the Paul Torday Memorial Prize 2022, presented in conjunction with the Society of Authors. They are Mavis Cheek, Denise Mina and Donald S. Murray (our 2020 winner.) The Paul Torday Memorial Prize is awarded to a first novel by a writer over 60. The prize includes a set of... Read more »
Kathy O'Shaughnessy has been awarded the 2021 Paul Torday Memorial Prize for In Love With George Eliot.
Deadline 30th November 2020, 5pm
A well-deserved winner, it is an outstanding tale, made all the more unforgettable and powerful by its remarkable hush"
Save the date for the 2020 Society of Authors’ Awards as we celebrate this year’s winners with a series of short online videos, in lieu of a real-life event.