Beryl Bainbridge (1934–2010)

Author of Master Georgie

Includes the names: Bainbrigde Beryl, Beryl Bainbridge, Beryl Bainbridge et al, Берил Бейнбридж

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Book Signing: Every Man for Himself
Greetings & Readings of Hunt Valley, Saturday, October 1 at 1pm
New York has a new hero in Pat Brogan. In local author Mark Hannon's well-told tale, Brogan works tirelessly to keep the ethnic streets of 1950s Buffalo safe from the bad guys. Readers will enjoy the colorful characters and recognize the places they inhabit in the new crime novel, Every Man for Himself. (GRatHVTC)
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After the publication of her breakthrough novel Harriet Said in 1972, Beryl Bainbridge became one of the grandes dames of British contemporary literature because of her prolific and successful works, original voice, and darkly funny outlook. Her biography, Beryl Bainbridge: Love By All Sorts of Means by Brendan King, was published in 2016.
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