The death of Barry Hines was announced on 20 March 2016, and the tributes in print and on social media were heartfelt and wide-ranging. Hines’s work was lauded by well-known personalities such as the actor Kathy Burke, who likened him to ‘JK’ (Rowling), while the Barnsley-born novelist Joanne Harris noted how she ‘hated and loved him at the same time for writing the world I saw every day, and for giving me hope to escape it’, and the footballer-turned-actor Vinnie Jones referred to ...
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