Rosalind Belben

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Rosalind Belben is an English novelist. She was born in 1941 in Dorset[1] where she now lives, in Bere Regis. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Her novel Our Horses in Egypt won the James Tait Black Award in 2007.[2] Among her other books are Bogies, Reuben Little Hero, The Limit, Dreaming of Dead People, and Hound Music.[3]


  • Bogies (1972)
  • Reuben Little Hero (1973)
  • The Limit (1974)
  • Dreaming of Dead People (1979)
  • Is Beauty Good (1989)
  • Choosing Spectacles (1995)
  • Hound Music (2001)
  • Our Horses in Egypt (2007)

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "The Travails of One Woman and Her Horse" The Daily Telegraph, 25 February 2007
  2. ^ "List of James Tait Black Award Winners" University of Edinburgh website, accessed 29 October 2010
  3. ^ "Author details for Rosalind Belben" Random House website, accessed 29 October 2010