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De nieuwe erfgenaam

Sophie Hannah (author), Karin Pijl (translator), Agatha Christie (based on the work of)
Clonakilty (Ierland), 1929. Athelinda Playford heeft verschillende mensen uitgenodigd om samen met haar en haar familie een week door te brengen op haar landgoed Lillieoak, op het platteland in het zuiden van Ierland. De genodigden - onder wie oude bekenden Poirot, Catchpool, Gathercole en Rolfe - weten niet waarom ze zijn uitgenodigd, terwijl de familieleden van mevrouw Playford zich verbazen ove
Title
De nieuwe erfgenaam
Author
Sophie Hannah
Translator
Karin Pijl
Based on the work of
Agatha Christie
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Closed casket
Publisher
Amsterdam: The House of Books, 2016
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789044350753

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About Sophie Hannah

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Sophie Hannah (born 1971) is a British poet and novelist. From 1997 to 1999 she was Fellow Commoner in Creative Arts at Trinity College, Cambridge and between 1999 and 2001 a junior research fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford. She lives with her husband and two children in Cambridge.

Biography

Sophie Hannah was born in Manchester, England; her father was the academic Norman Geras and her mother is the author Adèle Geras. She attended Beaver Road Primary School in Didsbury and the University of Manchester.

Publications

Hannah published her first book of poems, The Hero and the Girl Next Door, at the age of 24. Her style is often compared to the light verse of Wendy Cope and the surrealism of Lewis Carroll. Her poems' subjects tend toward the personal, utilizing classic rhyme schemes with understated wit, humour, and warmth. She has published f…Read more on Wikipedia

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