Adam Zameenzad

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Adam Zameenzad (born March 14, 1937) is a Pakistani-born British writer. He was born and educated in Pakistan and lived in Kenya, Canada and the USA before moving to Britain where he has lived ever since. His novels include The Thirteenth House (winner of the 1987 David Higham Prize for Fiction), My Friend Matt and Hena the Whore, Love, Bones and Water, Cyrus Cyrus, and Gorgeous White Female. Two of his novels (The Thirteenth House and Cyrus Cyrus) were longlisted for the Booker Prize.[1]

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  1. ^ Bio Archived February 3, 2016, at the Wayback Machine