Mark Haddon

A writer with many strings to his bow, Mark Haddon is a novelist, children’s writer, poet and graphic novelist. Already a well-known journalist and BAFTA award-winning television writer, it was his 2003 novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time which made him a household name. The first novel to be published concurrently in two imprints - for adults and children – it won the 2003 Whitbread Book of the Year Award, going on to inspire a hit stage adaptation.

Mark Haddon’s other work includes: The Red House, A Spot of Bother, The Pier Falls and The Porpoise.

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A novel that leaps from the modern era to ancient times; a novel that soars, and sails, and burns long and bright; a novel that almost drowns in grief yet swims ashore; in which pirates rampage, a princess wins a wrestler's hand, and ghost-women with lampreys' teeth drag a man to hell - and in which the members of a shattered family, adrift in a violent world, journey towards a place called home.

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Books by Mark Haddon

A Spot of Bother
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Boom!
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The Red House
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The Porpoise
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Family
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Dogs and Monsters
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Collections & Plays by Mark Haddon

Two Stories
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The Pier Falls
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Polar Bears
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Agent Z - Series in Order

Agent Z Meets The Masked Crusader
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Agent Z Goes Wild
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Agent Z And The Penguin From Mars
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Agent Z and the Killer Bananas
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