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Costa Prize Judges Take To Echoing Others' Verdicts

Posted at 5:43PM Thursday 09 Jan 2014

It's rare to find one set of book prize judges endorsing another lot's verdict – they're more likely to tacitly condemn the previous panel's selections as the product of madness – but the Costa awards seem to be making a habit of it.

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