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Dave Hutchinson


UK flag (b.1960)

Dave Hutchinson is a science fiction writer who was born in Sheffield in England in 1960 and read American Studies at the University of Nottingham

Genres: Science Fiction, Horror
 
Novels
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Collections
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Novellas
   Acadie (2017)
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Series contributed to
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Anthologies edited
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Awards
Arthur C. Clarke Award Best Book nominee (2015) : Europe In Autumn
British Science Fiction Association Best Book nominee (2015) : Europe at Midnight
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2015) : Europe In Autumn
Arthur C. Clarke Award Best Book nominee (2016) : Europe at Midnight
British Science Fiction Association Best Book winner (2016) : Europe in Winter
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2016) : Europe at Midnight
British Science Fiction Association Best Book nominee (2018) : Europe at Dawn


Dave Hutchinson recommends
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Drake (2014)
(Burned Man, book 1)
Peter McLean
"Peter McLean’s debut novel is an absolute gem that hits the ground running, a gritty, grungy, funny, sweary noir thriller with added demons. Don Drake is a wonderful creation. You wouldn’t trust him with your life – he can’t even be trusted with his own life. It’s a wonderful, headlong read and I enjoyed it immensely. Very near the top of the half dozen best books I’ve read this year."
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Rosewater (2017)
(Wormwood Trilogy, book 1)
Tade Thompson
"As strange, vivid and intricate as the alien biosphere at its heart, Rosewater is a fabulous book and Tade Thompson is a writer of enormous heart and talent. Just brilliant."
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A Man of Shadows (2017)
(Nyquist Mysteries, book 1)
Jeff Noon
"Every Jeff Noon novel is a wonderful, precious thing. These are bad times, and we need him more than ever."
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The Burning Horse (2019)
(Wolf in the Attic, book 2)
Paul Kearney
"This is a wonderful, magical book, full of ancient myth and set in an England on the threshold of modern world."

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