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Imogen Clark

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Imogen Clark writes thoughtful contemporary women’s fiction about the secrets that hide at the heart of the families that she creates. She lives in Yorkshire, England with her husband and children (who hopefully have no such secrets to tell!)

Imogen’s first book POSTCARDS FROM A STRANGER was initially independently published. However, it was quickly spotted by Lake Union, the women’s fiction arm of Amazon Publishing and she was offered a three book publishing deal as a result. POSTCARDS will be republished on 7th August 2018 and Imogen’s second book THE THING ABOUT CLARE will follow hot on its heels on Ist December. Book 3 is currently under wraps.

Imogen initially qualified as a lawyer but after leaving her legal career behind to care for her four children, she returned to her first love - books. She went back to University, studying part-time whilst the children were at school and graduated with a BA in English Literature with First Class Honours.

Imogen’s great love is travel and she is always planning her next adventure. If you’d like to connect then please visit her website at where you can also download a FREE heartwarming short story, The Bucket List, when you subscribe to her email list. Imogen can also be found on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as Imogen Clark at Home.

Genres: General Fiction, Literary Fiction, Mystery

Imogen Clark recommends
Rapid Falls (2018)
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"Amber Cowie conjures up the pressures of living in a small town where everyone thinks they know your business so evocatively that I kept turning round to see who was watching me. A great read."
The Beauty of Broken Things (2020)
Victoria Connelly
"What a joy this book is—Victoria Connelly captures the very essence of an idyllic English village. Beautifully written with such a light touch, the characters as delicately flawed as the cracked and chipped china that Orla collects."
The Last to Know (2020)
Jo Furniss
"An intriguing page-turner filled with unspoken secrets, old scores to settle, and all set against the backdrop of a small English town where everyone has a long memory and won’t be quick to forgive. Clever and complex, this book will keep you reading into the night."
The Last Correspondent (2020)
Soraya M Lane
"What a wonderful read! In turns fascinating, frustrating, and uplifting, Lane’s tender tale of three courageous woman seeking to bring the human stories of World War II to a waiting world against more than just the obvious barriers of war will keep you turning pages to the very end."
The Reading List (2021)
Sara Nisha Adams
"A wonderful read about the fundamental power of books to lift our lives from the mundane and transform them into something truly magical."
The Storyteller of Casablanca (2021)
Fiona Valpy
"A novel that will whisk you to another time and place, The Storyteller of Casablanca is a tender tale of hope, resilience, and new beginnings."

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