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Author India Edghill's interest in history is long-standing; her father was a major history buff whose favorite authors were Will & Ariel Durant. India inherited his love of research and history. Her favourite areas are the Ancient Near East, Victorian England, and India at any period.

India lives in upstate New York, USA, with a comfort of spaniels, a lounge of cats, and a plethora of books.
Anthologies containing stories by India Edghill
Short stories
The Courtesan Who Loved Cats (1999)

India Edghill recommends
Push Not the River (2000)
(Poland Trilogy, book 1)
James Conroyd Martin
"All the sweep and romance of Gone With the Wind and Doctor Zhivago."
The Covenant (2004)
Naomi Ragen
"Naomi Ragen's books are always compulsively readable, and The Covenant is no exception. An emotionally-charged and engrossing book, The Covenant is a tribute to the power of friendship and the strength of love in the face of evil."
The Secret Magdalene (2005)
Ki Longfellow
"Highly original and highly engaging, The Secret Magdalene is a sweeping yet intimate tale, an emotional and intellectual journey that questions everything, including the real nature of Jesus."
Nefertiti (2007)
(Egyptian Royals Collection, book 1)
Michelle Moran
"Nefertiti: A Novel brings ancient Egypt to life as two royal sisters struggle to find fulfillment and happiness--one craving ultimate political power, the other desiring only to follow her heart."

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