Candia McWilliam

Candia McWilliam was born in Edinburgh in 1955 and educated at Girton College, Cambridge. Her first novel, A Case of Knives, was joint winner of the Betty Trask Prize in 1988 and her latest book, What to Look for in Winter, movingly detailed her struggle with blindness.

Candia McWilliam was born in Edinburgh in 1955 and educated at Girton College, Cambridge. Her first novel, A Case of Knives, was joint winner of the Betty Trask Prize in 1988 and her latest book, What to Look for in Winter, movingly detailed her struggle with blindness.

Books

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    Bound for the Azores, a plane crashes onto an isolated island somewhere in the North Atlantic. January Marlow is one of the three survivors – and the only woman. She wakes to find herself being cared for by Miles Mary Robinson, the island’s...