Suspense and Obscurity
Fitness and Nutrition
by McAfee and Annalena McAfee.
by McAfee and Annalena McAfee. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9781856811309.
Start by marking The Girl Who Got To No. 1 as Want to Read . 1 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The Girl Who Got To No. 1. by Annalena McAfee.
Before working for The Guardian she was a literary journalist at the Financial Times and theatre critic on the Evening Standard. She has written a number of children's books, some which have been translated into French, German and Dutch. Dreamkidz and the Ice Cream that Conquered the World.
A dark hyper-comedy set in London in the late 1990s during the last gasp of the newspaper wars just before the dot-com tidal wave-about two female journalists at opposite ends of their life and work who become locked in a fierce tango of wills and whose lives are forever changed by their (not-so-) brief. At the novel's center-a legendary prize-winning war correspondent (called in her day "The Newsroom Dietrich" because of her luminescent beauty) now in her eighties, at the end of her career, who, over the decades, as the intrepid golden girl of the press, has been on the front lines or in the foxholes of every major theater of war.
Patrick's Perfect Pet.
She has written a number of children's books, some which have been translated into French, German and Dutch. Patrick's Perfect Pet.
lt;< Previous bookNext book . The Girl Who Got to Number On. May 1992 : UK Paperback. The Girl Who Got to Number One. (1991) A novel by Annalena McAfee. Genre: Young Adult Fiction. May 1991 : UK Hardback.
She has written children's books. Some of them have been translated into French, German and Dutch She married the British novelist Ian McEwan in 1997.
Annalena McAfee tells Lisa O'Kelly about the tricky business of crossing . Annalena McAfee looks apprehensive. But I've only ever met one journalist who didn't want to write a book and I am no exception to that.
Annalena McAfee tells Lisa O'Kelly about the tricky business of crossing over from journalism to adult fiction, when your husband happens to be Ian McEwan. As a journalist, she loathed picture bylines and was happy to hover in the background.
BY ANNALENA MCAFEE (Harvill Secker £1. 9). Who wins is a matter of perception. By Laura Silverman for MailOnline Updated: 13:44 EST, 14 April 2011. She writes with the assured intimacy of an insider. Tamara, a young gossip writer, has been sent to interview Honor, a veteran war correspondent. The little dunderhead’ (Tamara) and ‘the old bat’ (Honor) prejudge and misunderstand each other, with McAfee swinging deftly between their perspectives.
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