American novelist A.M. Homes gives a speech of thanks at the Royal Festival Hall, London Wednesday June 5, 2013 after winning the 2013 Women’s Prize for Fiction with her sixth novel “May We Be Forgiven.” Homes beat award winning writer Hilary Mantel and three other finalists for the 30,000-pound ($45,000) prize _ previously known as the Orange Prize, one of Britain’s most prestigious literary awards. (AP Photo/ Yui Mok/ PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT

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American novelist A.M. Homes gives a speech of thanks at the Royal Festival Hall, London Wednesday June 5, 2013 after winning the 2013 Women’s Prize for Fiction with her sixth novel “May We Be Forgiven.” Homes beat award winning writer Hilary Mantel and three other finalists for the 30,000-pound ($45,000) prize _ previously known as the Orange Prize, one of Britain’s most prestigious literary awards. (AP Photo/ Yui Mok/ PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT
American novelist A.M. Homes gives a speech of thanks at the Royal Festival Hall, London Wednesday June 5, 2013 after winning the 2013 Women’s Prize for Fiction with her sixth novel “May We Be Forgiven.” Homes beat award winning writer Hilary Mantel and three other finalists for the 30,000-pound ($45,000) prize _ previously known as the Orange Prize, one of Britain’s most prestigious literary awards. (AP Photo/ Yui Mok/ PA) UNITED KINGDOM OUT
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