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How I came to write The Glass Painter’s Daughter

This September The Glass Painter’s Daughter has been reprinted with a lovely new cover.  It has also been chosen by the Curtis Brown Book Group as its book of the month.  Here you can find my guest blog about how I came to write the book.  It all started one rainy night when I was walking through the wet backstreets of Westminster…
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Romance is not dead

We have met to discuss [Hore’s] fourth novel, A Place of Secrets. Like the others, it is an up-market romance split between interlinked stories set in the present day and the past – in this case, the 18th century. Jude, a valuer for a modern-day London auction house, is called to a remote part of…
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