Nick Alexander (author)

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Nick Alexander' is an English writer. His first novel, entitled 50 Reasons to Say Goodbye, was published in 2004.
Alexander was born in 1964 and grew up in the seaside town of Margate, England.
He has traveled widely and lived in Wolverhampton (UK), Cambridge (UK) and New York City (US).
He has been living in the south of France since 1990.

Novels[edit]

The Hannah Series

The Missing Boyfriend Series

The 50 Reasons Series

Short Story Collection[edit]

Comedy[edit]

Nick Alexander initially self-published his novels, but more recently titles have been published by both Atlantic Books and Black and White Publishing'.

Translations[edit]

  • The Half-Life of Hannah has been translated to the Norwegian language and was published by Bastion Forlag in late 2013. (Title: Hannah).
  • The Case of the Missing Boyfriend has been translated to the Italian language and was published by Sonzogno in 2012. (Title: Le ambigue verità del cuore).
  • The French House is currently being translated to the Turkish language and will be published in 2015.

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