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WILL WILES DEBUT NOVEL

WILL WILES DEBUT NOVEL

Care of Wooden Floors by Will Wiles is published on 2 February in the UK by HarperCollins - "a bold and brilliant debut from a darkly funny new voice".

A writer finds himself entrusted with looking after a minimalist Mittel European apartment that belongs to his perfectionist best friend Oskar - a composer best known for his 'Variations on Tram Timetables'. One tiny oversight leads to another and sets off a disastrous and farcical (even fatal) chain of consequences.

Will Wiles won the Dan Hemingway Creativity Prize at the Cherwell School Oxford in 1995.

The novel is also featured on BBC Book at Bedtime. To listen click here:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qtlx

For more information:
http://www.harpercollins.co.uk/Titles/64224/care-of-wooden-floors-will-wiles-9780007424436

Hardback: 12.99



 
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