WHITBREAD BOOK AWARD 
FOR 
THE NOVEL
1971-2003
MARK HADDON 

The Award was established by Whitbread Breweries in 1971 to “encourage good literature” and is administered by the Booksellers Association of Great Britain and Ireland.  Authors must be residents of the U.K. or Ireland and the books must have been published in the U.K. or Ireland. The Award is announced in January for the Previous year.

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2003 Mark Haddon The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
2002 Michael Frayn Spies
2001 Patrick Neate Twelve Bar Blues
2000 Matthew Kneale English Passengers
1999 Rose Tremain Music and Silence
1998 Justin Cartwright Leading the Cheers
1997 Jim Crace Quarantine
1996 Beryl Bainbridge Every Man for Hinself
1995 Salmon Rushdie The Moor's Last Sigh
1994 William Trevor Felicia's Journey
1993 Joan Brady Theory of War
1992 Alasdair Gray Poor Things
1991 Jane Gardam The Queen of the Tambourine
1990 Nicholas Mosley Hopeful Monsters
1989 Lindsay Clarke The Chymical Wedding
1988 Salmon Rushdie The Satanic Verses
1987 Ian McEwan The Child in Time
1986 Kazuo Ishiguro An Artist of the Floating World
1985 Pater Ackroyd Hawksmoor
1984 Christopher Hope Kruger's Alp
1983 William Trevor Fools of Fortune
1982 John Wain Young Shoulders
1981 Maurice Leitch Silver's City
1980 David Lodge How Far Can You Go
1979 Jennifer Johnston The Old Jest
1978 Paul Theroux Picture Palace
1977 Beryl Bainbridge Injury Time
1976 William Trevor The Children of Dynmouth
1975 William McIlvanney Docherty
1974 Iris Murdoch The Sacred and Profane Love Machine
1973 Shiva Naipaul The Chip Chip Gatherers
1972 Susan hill The Bird of Night
1971 Gerda Charles The Destiny Waltz

 
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