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1. Carlos Ruiz Zafón profiles

       The Shadow of the Wind-author Carlos Ruiz Zafón's The Prisoner of Heaven is coming out in English (available in the UK -- get your copy at Amazon.co.uk -- and due out in a few weeks in the US -- pre-order your copy at Amazon.com), and so there are profiles popping up in the English-language press.
       In the Independent on Sunday Christian House hears 'about the inspiration for the Cemetery of Forgotten Books', in Carlos Ruiz Zafón: 'I'm haunted by the history of my city', while in The Age Andrew Stephens profiles him.

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2. 'Top' Scots' summer reads

       In The Scotsman they asked: 'a panel of eminent Scots which books they will be packing to make it the perfect holiday', and the results are found in Books for the beach: Top Scots name their favourite summer reads (the reads being almost as interesting as who they consider to be 'top Scots' ...).

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3. Skios review

       The most recent addition to the complete review is my review of Michael Frayn's new novel, Skios -- which certainly qualifies as an amusing holiday/beach read (if not all that much more).

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