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Wendy Holden is a number one bestselling author, as well as a journalist and literary critic. Her career has inspired her heroine Laura Lake, who works for a glossy magazine. ‘Last of the Summer Moet’ follows Laura into an exclusive country village where the British elite own weekend retreats. Outsiders are strictly forbidden, but Laura manages to find a way in…
Graeme Simsion is the international bestselling author of ‘The Rosie Project’ and ‘The Rosie Effect’. He and fellow author Anne Buist have written ‘Two Steps Forward’, a story of mid-life and second chances about Zoe, an artist from California, and Martin, and engineer from Yorkshire. Both have ended up walking the Camino de Santiago for very different reasons.
Paul Howarth grew up in the UK before moving to Australia in his late 20’s. While he lived there, he looked into the history of Australia and the UK, and wanted to share the story of Australia that is rarely told, of the long and brutal reach of British colonial power. His debut novel ‘Only Killers and Thieves’ is a dark western set in 1880s Australia: a tale of family, guilt, Empire, and race.
Joan Fallon lives in Spain, and has written many books set in periods of recent history, such as the Spanish Civil War, and the Second World War. Her non-fiction book ‘Daughters of Spain’ is based on authentic interviews with a number of Spanish women of all ages and from all walks of life. Her latest novel ‘The Ring of Flames’ is the third in a series set in 10th century Spain called Al Andalus.