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Patrick McGrath was born on 7th February, 1950 in London and educated at Stonyhurst College. He is a British novelist whose work has been categorized as gothic fiction. He is married to actress Maria Aitken and lives in New York City.

His fiction is principally characterised by the first person unreliable narrator, and recurring subject matter in his work includes mental illness, repressed homosexuality and adulterous relationships.

His novel Martha Peake won the Premio Flaiano Prize in Italy.

Novels

Other works

  • Blood and Water and Other Tales (1989) (short-story collection)
  • Ghost Town: Tales of Manhattan Then and Now (2005) (linked short stories)




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