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'Much admired and shortlisted, Charlotte Wood often hears herself described as an "award-winning novelist". But until now her modest wins were an unpublished manuscript prize for her first novel and the people's prize in the NSW Premier's Literary Awards for her fourth. That changed on Wednesday when The Natural Way of Things, her gutsy fifth novel, about misogyny, was chosen by staff of independent bookshops as both the best fiction and overall best book of the year at the Indie Book Awards - the first national awards of the year...' (Susan Wyndham).

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