Nothing Human Left
Nothing Human Left is a 2011 novel by the Irish writer Simon Ashe-Browne. It won the Dundee International Book Prize, the largest monetary British Prize for first novels, in 2011, and was published by Cargo Publishing. It is a psychological thriller set in a Dublin public school.
- "Dublin author Simon Ashe-Browne wins Dundee International Book Prize," The Courier, Oct 28, 2011 http://www.thecourier.co.uk//lifestyle/leisure/books/dublin-author-simon-ashe-browne-wins-dundee-international-book-prize-1.32779
- Young Irish novelist scoops £10,000 prize, Irish Times, Oct 29, 2011.
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