Iona Grey has a degree in English Literature and Language from Manchester University, an obsession with history and an enduring fascination with the lives of women in the twentieth century. She lives in rural Cheshire with her husband and three daughters.
Genres: Historical Romance
Iona Grey recommends
In Her Wake (2016)
"A haunting and compelling read, charged with perfectly observed emotion and a poetic gift for language."
The English Girl (2016)
"Katherine's writing is rich, vivid and evocative and her characters breathtakingly real."
The Other Us (2017)
"A bittersweet roller coaster ride into the past; unexpected, perceptive and a little bit heart-breaking. Essential reading for those of us who came of age in the 90s, and for anyone who's ever asked the question 'what if ?'"
Another Woman's Husband (2017)
"Meticulously researched and evocatively written, this sweeping story will keep a tight hold on your heartstrings until the final page."
The Last Day (2018)
"Exquisitely written and utterly compelling. Claire Dyer is a master of perfectly-pitched emotion, and The Last Day is an unforgettable book."
The Daughters of Ironbridge (2019)
(Ironbridge Saga, book 1)
"A story that is vivid, twisting and pacy, with characters that absolutely leap off the page."
Finding Henry Applebee (2019)
"An intricate, absorbing, sliding puzzle of a story about friendship, family and love, written with warmth and genuine heart. Tender, lyrical and ultimately uplifting."
Meet Me in Bombay (2019)
"Meet Me in Bombay is brilliantly plotted, exquisitely written, poignant and perfect. I finished the book with tears rolling down my cheeks, and it will stay with me for a long time. I'm sure it will enchant readers far and wide."
The Bookshop of Second Chances (2020)
"The Bookshop of Second Chances has lifted my heart more than anything I’ve read for a very long time. It’s funny, clever, well written, warm, joyful and comforting. I could rave about it all day!"
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