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Sarah Dunant


UK (1950 - )

aka Peter Dunant

Novelist, broadcaster and critic Sarah Dunant was born in 1950, and was educated at Godolphin and Latymer School in Hammersmith, London, before reading History at Newnham College, Cambridge. She worked as an actress and began working as a producer for BBC Radio in 1974. A former presenter of both Radio 4's 'Woman's Hour' and BBC Television's 'The Late Show' which included, until 1997, the annual broadcast of the Booker Prize for Fiction ceremony, she is the author of several novels.

Genres: Historical
 
Novels


 
Anthologies edited
 
Non fiction
 
Sarah Dunant recommends

Elizabeth, Captive Princess (1948)
(Good Queen Bess, book 2)
Margaret Irwin
"One of Britain's most accomplished historical novelists. Her love and rapport for the past shine through on every page."

A Kind of Dying (1998)
(Jim Meldrum, book 2)
Frederic Lindsay
"Lindsay can chill your soul."

The Search for Sana (2005)
Richard Zimler
"Zimler is an honest, powerful writer."
Land of My Neighbours
Land of My Neighbours (2009)
Barry Pilton
"Barry Pilton is the best kind of comedy writer: a man who can make you laugh with your brain as well as your belly."

The Bells (2010)
Richard Harvell
"The Bells does for the ears what Perfume did for the node. A novel to engage the senses as well as tickle the mind."

Island of a Thousand Mirrors (2012)
Nayomi Munaweera
"A compelling coming of age tale in paradise lost; a novel of the heart and a feast for the senses."


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