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|This is the tale of Rona and Cassie, two women on a driving holiday in northern France. It is an unsentimental, caustic and funny account of mortality, dysfunctional relationships and women abroad.|
|Date of Publication||23/02/1995|
|Genre||General & Literary Fiction|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Country of Publication||United Kingdom|
|Format Details||B-format paperback|
|Author Biography||Janice Galloway's first novel, The Trick is to Keep Breathing, now widely regarded as a Scottish contemporary classic, was published in 1990 and won the MIND/Allan Lane Book of the Year. Her second novel, Foreign Parts, won the American Academy of Arts and Letters EM Forster Award while her third, Clara, about the tempestuous life of nineteenth-century pianist Clara Wieck Schumann, won the Saltire Award in 2002. Collaborative texts include an opera with Sally Beamish and three cross-discipline works with Anne Bevan, the Orcadian sculptor. Her 'anti-memoir', This is not about me, was published by Granta in September 2008 to universal critical acclaim. She lives in Lanarkshire|
|Prizes||Winner of McVities Prize for Scottish Writer of the Year 1994.|