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10 debut novelists on shortlist for £10,000 Dundee Book Prize

Ten debut novelists from the UK, Ireland, America and New Zealand are on the shortlist from 400 entries for the 2014 Dundee International Book Prize.

The prize is a publishing deal with Cargo Publishing and £10,000.

The shortlist is: Some Things The English by Rachel Fenton, New Zealand; A Village Drowned by Sheena Lambert, Dublin; Under The Tamarind Tree by Rosaliene Bacchus, USA; The Open Arms Of The Sea by Jasper Dorgan, Wiltshire; The Dreaming by Suzy Norman, London; Out Like A Lion by Robin Martin, New York; Cats In A Pipe by Lora Hughes,Yorkshire; Ida by Amy Mason, Bristol; Sea Never Dry by Ben East, USA; and Daughters Of The House Of Love by Veronica Birch, West Country.

The winner will be announced in October.

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