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Catherine Bruton - Author

After graduating from the University of Oxford, Catherine Bruton began her career as an English teacher and later went on to write feature articles for The Times, among other publications. She started writing fiction while teaching at a school in Africa, inspired by the children she was working with, and the culture that surrounded her. She still teaches, and her pupils continue to be one of her main sources of inspiration. We Can Be Heroes is her first novel for Egmont. Catherine lives near Bath with her husband and two small children.

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We Can be Heroes
Catherine Bruton
An astonishing debut. Moving. Funny. Explosive. And most of all, unexpected...As powerful as Frank Cottrell Boyce's Millions. A Piece of Passion from Ali Dougal, Catherine's Editor at Egmont Books: We Can Be Heroes is the sort of book that I...
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Format: Paperback | Released 01/08/2011
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