Graham Norton began his broadcasting career as comedian and panellist on the BBC Radio Four show Loose Ends in the early 1990s. He has hosted various radio and television shows, including the multi-BAFTA-winning The Graham Norton Show.
Norton has written two memoirs, So Me and The Life and Loves of a He Devil. In 2016, he published his debut novel, Holding, which garnered positive reviews for its empathy, strong plotting and characterisation. It was followed by the bestselling A Keeper which tells of a New York-based academic returning to her Irish hometown after the death of her mother. Norton’s third novel, Home Stretch is a moving exploration of guilt and the search for a place to belong.
Moving between 1980s small town Ireland and New York, Home Stretch is a searing story of responsibility, blame and a young man’s quest for oblivion, from the author of A Keeper.
Books by Graham Norton
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