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Jane Harper is an author who won the 2015 Victorian Premier's Literary Award for an Unpublished Manuscript for her novel The Dry. The $15,000 award was presented at the opening night of the 2015 Emerging Writers Festival. Harper's winning manuscript was chosen from a shortlist of three from more mostra altro than 130 entries. The Dry tells `the story of a city policeman who is dragged back to the country township he fled years earlier to investigate a multiple homicide'. The Victorian Premier's Literary Award, for an Unpublished Manuscript, is administered by the Wheeler Centre. The Dry won the 2017 Indie Book Award for Derbut Fiction and as Book of the Year. It was also the winner of the 2018 British Book Awards, Crime and Thriller book of the year, and won the 2018 Barry Award for Best First Novel. Her second book entitled Force of Nature was published in May 2018, which won the 2018 Davitt Award for Readers' choice. The Lost Man is her third book and was published in October 2018. (Bowker Author Biography) mostra meno
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Opere di Jane Harper

Chi è senza peccato (2016) 3,833 copie, 265 recensioni
La forza della natura (2018) 2,128 copie, 142 recensioni
L'uomo perduto (2018) 1,814 copie, 120 recensioni
Ombre nell'acqua (2021) 1,614 copie, 81 recensioni
Exiles (2022) 793 copie, 56 recensioni

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Data di nascita
1980
Sesso
female
Nazionalità
England, UK (birth)
Australia
Nazione (per mappa)
Australia
Luogo di nascita
Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK
Luogo di residenza
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Boronia, Victoria, Australia
Hampshire, England, UK
St Kilda, Victoria, Australia
Istruzione
University of Kent (Canterbury, England, UK)
Attività lavorative
novelist
journalist
Agente
Clare Forster (Curtis Brown)
Alice Lutyens (Curtis Brown)
Eva Papastratis (Curtis Brown)
Daniel Lazar (Writers House)
Jerry Kalajian (Intellectual Property Group)
Fiona Inglis (Curtis Brown Australia) (mostra tutto 10)
Benjamin Paz (Curtis Brown Australia)
Gordon Wise (Curtis Brown UK)
Liz Dennis (Curtis Brown UK)
Caoimhe White (Curtis Brown UK)
Breve biografia
Jane Harper (born 1980) is an Australian author known for her crime novels The Dry, Force of Nature and The Lost Man.

Born in Manchester in the UK, Harper moved to Australia with her family when she was eight. There, she lived in the Melbourne outer suburb of Boronia, and eventually acquired Australian citizenship. As a teen, Harper returned to the UK with her family and resided in Hampshire. Later, she attended the University of Kent and studied English. After spending time working on her career, she moved back to Australia.

After graduating with an entry level journalism qualification, she got her first job at the Darlington & Stockton Times as a trainee in County Durham. Later in her journalism career, she earned the title as a senior news journalist for the Hull Daily Mail. In 2011, she became a journalist for the Herald Sun. Harper worked as a print journalist for 13 years before writing her first novel, The Dry, which was published in 2016.

The Dry, Harper's first novel, is a thriller set in a fictional town five hours west of Melbourne. A Federal Agent, Aaron Falk, returns to his old hometown to attend the funeral of his childhood best friend, Luke. Falk teams up with a local detective and tries to uncover the truth behind Luke's sudden mysterious death, only to find more questions than answers.
Force of Nature

Harper's second thriller is set in the thickly forested mountains north-east of Melbourne, again featuring Federal Agent Aaron Falk. A group from a Melbourne company go on a retreat in the mountains, where one of the women disappears. Falk has been investigating the company for financial irregularities, and the woman was his secret informer.

Harper's third murder mystery is set in south-west Queensland on a large cattle station. The police find nothing in Cameron Bright's death from dehydration to suggest foul play, and the investigation is carried out informally by the dead man's elder brother Nathan.

In 2014, Big Issue published one of Harper's short stories. Soon after, in the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards in 2015, Harper won an award for an unpublished manuscript (The Dry). In 2017, Harper won the Gold ABIA for Book of the Year and the Davitt Award for The Dry, and the Gold Dagger awarded by the Crime Writers' Association of the United Kingdom for the best crime novel of the year. Harper became a New York Times bestselling author for The Dry. Reese Witherspoon bought the rights to The Dry to turn it into a movie, which will be released in August 2020. The Lost Man was shortlisted for the 2020 Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award.

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Il titolo orginale di questo libro è The Dry cioè il secco, Ecco l'unica cosa bella è la descrizione della siccità e del caldo. Del resto come giallo è scarso e banale. La storia è tirata per le lunghe e non crea nessuna suspance
 
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Utenti
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Popolarità
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Voto
3.9
Recensioni
664
ISBN
228
Lingue
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Preferito da
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