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Howard Jacobson

Biography

Howard Jacobson

Howard Jacobson is the author of four works of nonfiction and several novels, including THE FINKLER QUESTION, which won the Man Booker Prize; THE MIGHTY WALZER, which won the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Award for comic writing; and WHO'S SORRY NOW?which was long-listed for the Booker Prize. He has a weekly column for The Independent and regularly reviews and writes for The Guardian, The Times and The Evening Standard. Jacobson has also done several specials for British television. He lives in London.

Howard Jacobson

Books by Howard Jacobson

by Howard Jacobson - Fiction

When Ailinn Solomons arrives in his village by a sea that laps no other shore, Kevern Cohen is instantly drawn to her. Although mistrustful by nature, the two become linked as if they were meant for each other. Together, they form a refuge from the commonplace brutality that is the legacy of a historic catastrophe shrouded in suspicion, denial and apology, simply referred to as WHAT HAPPENED, IF IT HAPPENED.