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Pigeon English by Stephen Kelman.. Sort of a mystery, much cultural London clashing. Media darling of a book, but worth the quick read. Slumdoggy, no, but watch your Ghanese slang once you finish.

Joel Gardner, LitSnap Editor

"Remarkable . . . Kelman’s creation is plausible, convincing and often enchanting."

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

"Like Harper Lee’s Scout Finch and Miriam Toews’ Thebes Troutman, Stephen Kelman’s Harri is an original who seems to breathe real oxygen."

Winnipeg Free Press

Author bio: Stephen Kelman was born in Luton in 1976. After finishing his degree he worked variously as a warehouse operative, a careworker, and in marketing and local government administration. He decided to pursue his writing seriously in 2005, and has completed several feature screenplays since then. Pigeon English, published by Bloomsbury in March 2011 and in paperback in January 2012, is his first novel More information can be found here:

Book Details: General Fiction; (288 pp. Exluminary: Kindle/Print editions)

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