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For these customers, a cast stone fireplace mantel may be exactly what they are looking for.
Mantel has already won the Booker and Costa awards so Bring Up The Bodies looks a safe bet to bring up the treble, unless the judges are looking to share it around.
They've also suggested that Mantel might not have faced such a furore over her comments if she'd been a man.
As well as the 50,000-pound-cheque, Mantel also receives 2,500 pounds for being shortlisted, along with the other five novelists in the race.
Mantel, who won the literary award in 2009 with Wolf Hall, is the only novelist to have featured on the shortlist of six before and is included for her book Bring Up The Bodies.
Mantel, 57, spent five years writing Wolf Hall and is currently working on a sequel.
The primary goal when putting together a mantel is to be flexible and have fun with it," says Laura Secchi, of Fiori Secchi in Oakland.
Each brings important skills that will contribute to our future growth," stated Gideon Mantel, CEO of the Company.
Hilary Mantel compared Kate to Princess Diana, but if Diana was alive she would be appalled at these spiteful remarks, which must have dearly hurt the royal couple.
We've always maintained the quality in all of our cast stone products," says Maria "We practice the same hundred year old technique adapted from ancient European artisans in all of our products whether it is a mantel or a range hood.
A BIRMINGHAM-born writer has beaten Wolf Hall author Hilary Mantel and Whitbread Award-winner Mark Haddon to the top prize in a national short story writing competition.
The BBC revealed on Wednesday that The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher by Hilary Mantel has been shortlisted for the GBP15,000 BBC National Short Story Award.