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James Lovegrove


UK flag (b.1965)

James Lovegrove is the New York Times best-selling author of The Age of Odin. He was short-listed for the Arthur C. Clarke Award in 1998 and for the John W. Campbell Memorial Award in 2004. He also reviews fiction for the Financial Times. He is the author of Sherlock Holmes: Gods of War, Sherlock Holmes: The Stuff of Nightmares, Sherlock Holmes: The Thinking Engine and Sherlock Holmes: The Labyrinth of Death for Titan Books.
Currently James resides in Eastbourne on the Sussex Coast, having moved there in August 2007 with his wife Lou, sons Monty and Theo, and Yorkshire terrier Honey. He has a terrific view of the sea from his study window, which he doesn't sit staring out at all day when he should be working. Honest. t.

Genres: Science Fiction, Historical Mystery, Young Adult Fantasy, Horror, Young Adult Fiction
 
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Short stories
Satisfaction Guaranteed (1990)
Rosemary for Remembrance (1994)
Wings [short story] (1995)
Angel of War (1996)
A Taste of Heaven (1996)
Dead Letter (1997)
The House of Lazarus [short story] (1997)
The Hand that Feeds [short story] (1999) (with Peter Crowther)British Fantasy Society (nominee)
How the Other Half Lives [short story] (1999)


Awards
Arthur C. Clarke Award Best Book nominee (1998) : Days
British Fantasy Society Best Short Story nominee (1999) : The Hand that Feeds [short story]
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2004) : Untied Kingdom


James Lovegrove recommends
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Borne (2017)
(Borne, book 1)
Jeff VanderMeer
"As Borne grows and evolves, so develops a weird family dynamic in a novel that is as much of a fascinating hybrid as its title character, both an enthralling fantasy adventure and a bleak eco-dystopic admonition."
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You Let Me In (2020)
Camilla Bruce
"Lascivious and bloody."

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