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  • Incendiary is an attempt to win back the language and start a more honest debate.

    A Conversation with Chris Cleave about Little Bee

  • Attacking below 10,000 feet, nearly 300 planes centered their loads on the area called Incendiary Zone One, north of the harbor.

    Whirlwind

  • The book, called Incendiary, was published on Thursday, the day all-too real bombs hit London.

    Bad Timing « Gerry Canavan

  • The first was the recent Macmillan New Writing title The Incendiary's Trail, by James McCreet.

    :Acquired Taste

  • Raging and defiant, this is how the narrator of my novel 'Incendiary' addresses Osama bin Laden in the aftermath of a fictitious terrorist attack on London that kills her husband and her son.

    A Conversation with Chris Cleave about Little Bee

  • Chris Cleave's "Incendiary" (Anchor; 237 pages; $12.95) was first published in 2005, on the same day the London bombings took place.

    Terrorism's New Structure

  • Sooner or later, everyone in "Incendiary" betrays someone else.

    DEAR OSAMA BIN LADEN...

  • "Incendiary" unsettles you while you read it, and leaves you nervous and anxious.

    DEAR OSAMA BIN LADEN...

  • It is hard to imagine an uglier coincidence: Chris Cleave's stunning debut novel, "Incendiary," the story of what happens after a bomb kills more than 1,000 people in a London soccer stadium, was published in England on July 7, the day of the London bombings.

    DEAR OSAMA BIN LADEN...

  • Not because terror is a better subject than others for novels, though today it has a certain topicality, but because fine writing - and "Incendiary" is a very fine example - is such an eloquent human instrument.

    Incendiary: Summary and book reviews of Incendiary by Chris Cleave.

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