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Fiona Neill

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Fiona Neill writes for The Times Magazine and is author and creator of its hugely popular ‘Slummy Mummy’ column. After working for six years as a foreign correspondent in Latin America, she returned to the UK to become assistant editor at Marie Claire and, later, at The Times Magazine. Her first novel, The Secret Life of a Slummy Mummy, was an international bestseller that sold in twenty-five countries. This was followed by Friends, Lovers and Other Indiscretions, which also become a Sunday Times bestseller. Brought up in Norfolk, she now lives in London with her husband and three children.

Genres: Mystery, General Fiction
Fiona Neill recommends
While You Sleep (2018)
Stephanie Merritt
"Forget sleep – this broodingly creepy gothic tale of love, lust and loss on a remote Scottish island kept me awake most of the night, partly from fear, but mostly because I couldn't put it down."

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