Tag Archives: Deborah Levy

William Hill – Rush of bets sees Madeleine Thien take Man Booker lead

With less than 24 hours until the 2016 Man Booker Prize winner is revealed, William Hill has placed Canadian author Madeleine Thien as 7/4 market favourite following a rush of literary bets placed on her book ‘Do Not Say We Have Nothing.’ Updating its ‘2016 Man Booker Prize’ market, Thien takes the lead ahead of British author and playwright Deborah …

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Bookies’ Corner – Man Booker Prize – Who’s the literary Skepta?

The Man Booker Prize is one of Western literature’s most coveted. This year the winner is being announced on Monday October 24th. The stipulations of the award are that the book must be fictional, penned in English and published in the UK. It’s been running since 1969 and the winner these days gets a sizable £50,000 cheque.  Ion Tewin, Literary …

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Love & Paralysis…Deborah Levy’s ‘Hot Milk’ favourite to win Man Booker 2016

British author and playwright Deborah Levy’s ‘Hot Milk’ currently leads bookmaker’s ‘2016 Man Booker Prize’ market, priced at 11/4 to win the accolade of best fiction novel written in the English language. With just over a week, until the 2016 Man Booker winner is revealed (Tuesday 26 October – London Guildhall). Bookmakers have placed Levy’s ‘Hot Milk’ a tale of …

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