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The best from the east

The longlist for the fifth biannual New Angle Prize for East Anglian Literature has been announced as: Murmurations of Love, Grief and Starlings, Julia Blackburn; Threads, The Delicate Life of John Craske, Julia Blackburn; Quennets, Terry Phillips; Fen, Daisy Johnson; Sandlands, Rosie Thornton; Fenn Halflin and the Fearzero, Francesca Armour-Cheluflin; Midwinter, Fiona Melrose; The Crime Writer, Jill Dawon; The Stopped Heart, Julie Myerson; The Essex Serpent, Sarah Perry; If I could Tell You, Elizabeth Wilhide; The Angel Roofs of East Anglia, Michael Rimmer.

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