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Evelyn Sert journeys to Tel Aviv, where Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany are determined to forge a modern consciousness in the heart of the Middle East. Against this background, her story weaves together national identity, terrorism, love and the art of hairdressing.
Linda Grant was born in Liverpool and read English at the University of York. She is a columnist and feature writer on the Guardian and is the author of The Cast Iron Shore and Remind Me Who I Am Again, both available as Granta paperbacks.
Winner of Orange Prize for Fiction 2000 and Orange Prize 2000. Short-listed for Orange Youth Panel Prize 2010 and Jewish Quarterly Wingate Literary Prize: Fiction 2000.