Kate Atkinson Bibliography

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Kate Atkinson won the Whitbread for her first novel, Behind the Scenes at the Museum. This book became a hyper-modern collectable almost immediately. A small print run means it is fairly rare. In our experience it is a classic example of a book whose market value has exceeded it's actual saleable value. Collectors should also beware of the book club edition which just states, something like, produced for the book people on the copyright page. Also, most of the books listed in this bibliography are prone to the annoying paper tanning due to cheap paper stock. Later titles are pretty common so serious collectors may want to only consider signed first editions.
If you are looking to buy or sell rare books then our antiquarian booksellers section may be of some assistance.

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Title   Date Notes
Behind the Scenes at the Museum Doubleday 1995 Blue cloth, silver titles. DJ 14.99
Human Croquet Doubleday 1997  
Emotionally Weird Doubleday 2000  
Not the End of the World Transworld 2002  
Case Histories Doubleday 2004  
One Good Turn   2006  

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