Barbara Lamplugh has lived in Granada since 1999, and is inspired by views of the hills and the Alhambra from her sunny terrace. Her latest novel ‘The Red Gene’ is set during the Spanish Civil War, when a young English nurse volunteers to help in the war, and falls in love with a Republican fighter.
Ann Morgan’s first book ‘Reading the World: Confessions of a Literary Explorer’ was published following the success of her Olympics-inspired project to read a book from every country throughout 2012. Her latest book ‘Crossing Over’ is currently available exclusively on Audible. It’s an emotive and powerful story of an unlikely friendship between and elderly woman losing herself to dementia, and an illegal immigrant suffering from PTSD.
Clare Empson is a journalist who is the founder and editor of www.countrycalling.co.uk Her debut novel ‘Him’ is a mix of suspense and romance with a psychological accent. It’s a thought provoking meditation on shame and silence.
D.B. Carter is a lifelong bibliophile whose debut ‘The Cherries’ is a coming-of-age novel of life, love, and faith, described as Joanna Trollope meets The Archers. It looks at a mother and daughter who are finding their way in a new village after running from an unhappy past.