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Short stories: Second Place Lost

Colette Coen has twice been shortlisted for the Scottish Book Trust’s prestigious New Writer’s Award. In 2013 she won the Waterstones’ Crime in the City Competition and has regularly been published online and in print. Her first novel, All the Places I’ve Ever Been, and three short story collections are available on Amazon. She has been a librarian and literacy lecturer, but now works in a supermarket to allow time and head-space for writing.

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