Alice Thompson

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Alice Thompson (born in Edinburgh) is a Scottish novelist.[1][2]

Thompson was educated at St George's School, Edinburgh[3] then read English at Oxford and wrote her Ph.D. thesis on Henry James. In the 1980s she played keyboard with rock band The Woodentops.[3] She has a son and lives in Edinburgh. Her novel Justine was the joint winner of the 1996 James Tait Black Memorial Prize.



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