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HILL, Susan (Dame Susan), 1942- : THE ALBATROSS AND OTHER STORIES.
London : Hamish Hamilton, (1971). First edition. The title story, together with four further stories — “The Elephant Man”, “Friends of Miss Reece”, “Cockles and Mussels”, and “Somerville”. Winner of the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize for 1972. “Susan Hill has never written anything as deeply moving”.
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HILL, Susan (Dame Susan), 1942- : STRANGE MEETING.
London : Hamish Hamilton, (1971). First edition. “The most interesting, original and encouraging novel from a young novelist for a long time ... her most ambitious novel to date, a delicate, oblique story, set mainly on the Western Front in the First World War, about a close relationship between two young infantry officers ... beautifully written, moving, lyrical, tense with the sights, smells and din of the Western Front” (Keith Brace, in the Birmingham Daily Post, 23rd October 1971).
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HILL, Susan, 1942- : AIR AND ANGELS.
London : Sinclair-Stevenson, (1991). First edition. Signed by Susan Hill on the title-page. “Thomas Cavendish, a distinguished cleric and don in his mid-fifties, lives with his spinster sister and collection of exotic birds. His life is celibate and irreproachable. He is the obvious man to be offered the mastership of this [Cambridge] college. But, walking by the river, Thomas sees a young girl in white standing on the bridge” – “As light as a feather but as powerful as flight” (The Observer).
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