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Pratchett Scoops Prize For Snuff

Posted at 7:54AM Wednesday 30 May 2012

British author Sir Terry Pratchett is to have a pig named in his honour after winning the 13th Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for Comic Fiction.

He won for his 50th book Snuff, which has become one of the fastest-selling hardback novels since records began.

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