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The Relative Harmony of Julie O'Hagan

Annette Sills

The ordinary suburb where Julie was raised is not that ordinary any more. Organic eateries and wine bars have opened everywhere and the Broccoli Brigade have moved in, education and media vegetarian types in beanie hats with hummus guzzling kids who are taking up all the places at Broadoak, the best primary...

Annette Sills was born in Wigan, Lancashire to parents from Co.Mayo, Ireland. Her short stories have been longlisted and shortlisted in a number of competitions including the Fish Short Story Prize and the Telegraph Short Story Club. Her first novel, The Relative Harmony of Julie O'Hagan was awarded a publishing contract with Rethink Press after it was shortlisted in their New Novels Competition 2014

Genre
Contemporary fictionHumour
Publishing Details:
Rethink Press Ltd, 2014
ISBN:
978-1781331224

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