Mark Behr

Mark Behr was born in Tanzania in 1963, and moved as a child to South Africa. He was educated in South Africa, Norway, and the United States. The Smell of Apples won South Africa's biggest literary prize, the M-Net Award, The Eugene Marais Award, and the CNA Debut Literary Award. It also received the Betty Trask Award for the best first novel published in the United Kingdom, and was shortlisted for both the Steinbeck and Guardian Literary Awards.


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The Smell of Apples

Mark Behr
Picador

Winner of the Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction from the Los Angeles Times Winner of the M-Net Award Winner of The Eugene Marais Award Winner of the...


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