Hanna Jameson

Hanna Jameson

Author

“Caustic and energetic with echoes of Ellroy” Guardian.

“Angel on speed” Q

Hanna Jameson was shortlisted for the CWA John Creasey Dagger Award 2013 for her debut novel Something You Are, published by Head of Zeus in 2012, and by Suhrkamp in Germany and Luitingh -Sijthoff in the Netherlands.

Girl Seven, the second novel in the London Underground series, was published in April 2014 by Head of Zeus and a third Road Kill, was published in 2016, all to critical acclaim.

Hanna’s latest book, The Last, is a high-concept thriller set in a remote hotel and will be published by Viking in the UK and Atria in the US, in Spring 2019.

Hanna Nina Jameson @Hanna_Jameson

I found all the Prince Andrew interview stuff funny for like 30 secs until I remembered his wealth and status will protect him from any consequences and everyone knowing he's a damn sex offender doesn't make a shred of difference without consequences

I’m a historian of the Labour Party and I think it’s quite important to note that the party has not “always” stood up against either antisemitism or racism, and that the party has supported racist and imperialist policies across its 100-odd year history. https://twitter.com/holland_tom/status/1195272391150178305

i am absolutely going to go batshit hearing people say that social change is achieved by being "reasonable" when the entirety of history shows that change happens when you make the lives of people in power utterly miserable and just generally be a loud asshole

The thing about listing your accomplishments over the last decade, and sneering at the people listing their accomplishments over the last decade, is that all of us are ultimately still here, posting on this hellsite. So we're all doing equally bad.

Heh. Appreciate this Wonderwall gag a lot in @Hanna_Jameson's The Last.

I’m for civility, BUT civility does not = true peace.

I believe in kindness, BUT kindness does not = justice.

Be careful not to try to substitute civility and kindness for true peace and justice.

Or to try to hinder true peace and justice with calls for civility and kindness.

LABOUR: basic utilities should be provided by the state for free.

ANY NORMAL PERSON: you're threatening to *kill* me now? You are going to have me murdered, is what I'm hearing when you say that.

We've been skirting around the truth of the issue for a while but my mum and I have now both admitted we fancy Kieran Culkin in Succession. Please respect my family's privacy at this difficult time.

Free internet for everyone would be common sense in a society that wasn't irredeemably brain-poisoned. But then so would a lot of things.

Incrementalism for the sake of incrementalism is consigning millions to death.

It’s almost 2020, and the bad news is that we have entered the darkest timeline, but the good news is that I am more powerful than I ever imagined.

This has made my whole day, I really relate to this screaming on a soul level