london - The Mexican writer Marlon James on Tuesday won the British literary Man Booker Prize for his novel A Brief History of Seven Killings ( Brief history of seven murders ) . This was reported by the BBC.
The Man Booker Prize dates back to 1969 and is intended for writers who write in English and in Britain have published their work. The price is converted approximately 67 500 euro . The book is the third novel Born in 1970 , James. It's about Jamaicans and violence as a starting point an attempted assassination of the Jamaican pop star Bob Marley (1945-1981) in the late seventies .