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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 With New Novel The Good People, Hannah Kent Moves Past Burial Rites
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'You could almost look at at it as a case of two for the price of one. Hannah Kent's 2013 debut novel Burial Rites - the story of an Icelandic woman beheaded for her role in a dual murder - might have been one of the most talked about first novels in recent memory. But it also sowed the seed of her second novel, The Good People. ...'

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  • Includes portrait of Author Hannah Kent

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    y separately published work icon Brisbane Times 30 September 2016 10193215 2016 newspaper issue 2016
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