Hanna Jameson New Publication

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

Been thinking a lot about art and its place in our current society; what it can change, if it matters. And the thing is... you could argue or believe that art - books, TV, film, whatever - has nothing to do with politics. That it changes nothing. It might not matter at all. BUT -

See this is the kind of short, concise review that I can read while keeping my stress levels down

The @pbpost's @litadriana calls out the books that you should be reading this week, including THE LAST by @Hanna_Jameson (📸@adventurenlit)

Our choice comes down to this. Do we stop life to allow capitalism to continue, or stop capitalism to allow life to continue?

Writing has been kicking my butt for a while so I can say with total sincerity right now that I can't think of a better feeling than hitting my 2,000 word target today and feeling so excited and in the zone that I could write another 2,000 right away

Thought about pitching my editor on prisoner voting but I couldn’t top this https://t.co/Xfnd4JFN8O

Well go on! You all heard her! 😄

@AtriaMysteryBus Here’s how the @simonschuster Instagram photo shoot to recommend THE LAST by @Hanna_Jameson turned out. Give it a ❤️ https://t.co/5Conn1PvnT

In a way, aren't we all assassinated by capitalism

Endless rain or unbearable heat? Here's my weekly list of recommended reads via .@pbpost for those days you just wanna be inside: https://t.co/uS6mwRGgmQ .@tjenkinsreid .@kriswaldherr #CathyGuisewhite .@Hanna_Jameson .@mrstevenrowley .@tgarvisgraves .@JulieLangsdorf

I follow many left/dsa-adjacent book nerds but this doesn’t seem to come up—is it on peoples’ radar? poet Muriel Rukeyser’s Book of the Dead (1938), about one of the worst industrial accidents in the country (Hawk’s Nest Tunnel, 1931) & the largely black workforce that perished.

For #WorldBookDay I recommend @Hanna_Jameson's book "The Last". And if you're into audio books, definitely pick up that version of the book, narrated by @AnthonyStarke. https://t.co/rXaocn2eoP

"You don’t listen to the science because you are only interested in solutions that will enable you to carry on like before. Like now. And those answers don’t exist any more. Because you did not act in time." I am thankful for @GretaThunberg's clear voice
https://t.co/l4nqtWcsN9

"The Last leaves you wondering what’s the truth and where are the lies. It’s dark, disturbing, and completely absorbing. Kudos to Hanna Jameson for this brilliantly original and unsettling book!"

☺️ Thank you so much @about_thethrill

Important point about Warren that shouldn't get lost in all the 'yay!'

Wrote about what ought, I believe, to be considered one of the most important tools for understanding our culture right now: the episode of 'Peep Show' where Gerrard dies https://t.co/yqkqJzKMBt

this.

also, fun fact since the census is coming up.

Incarcerated people are counted in the Census in the place where the prison is located, not their home tract. So places where prisons are get additional congressional seats off of their bodies. https://t.co/dE9rrLqOkh