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While working as a GP, Jane Shemilt completed a postgraduate diploma in Creative Writing at Bristol University and went on to study for the MA in Creative Writing at Bath Spa, gaining both with distinction. She was shortlisted for the Janklow and Nesbit award and the Lucy Cavendish fiction prize for Daughter, which is her first novel.
She and her husband, a Professor of Neurosurgery, have five children and live in Bristol.
Sorry but this was just too wordy and boring. Its not a page turner and didnt have me gripped. I won't be readinf any more from this author.Published 8 hours ago by Sandy R
I remember how I was as a teenager, and how unwilling I was to share with my parents this bright new world I had found. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Elizabeth Davies
As a mum whose daughter temporarily went missing I nearly couldn't read past the first few chapters as the emotions described were so real they brought back hidden memories. Read morePublished 2 days ago by ACJ67
Most enjoyable read. I could not put it down. The characters were true to life,I felt I knew them. Yes I would recommend this book. 5 stars.Published 3 days ago by davette
Very very disappointed that Richard and just recommended this. I will not be listening to their recommendations again. Very dull book.Published 4 days ago by jennifer barnard
Amazing! Was totally gripped! Read the book in 3 days could not put it down. A must read!Published 4 days ago by nanny
I enjoyed this, the intensity building towards the end with all the twists and turns, I thought the ending however was a bit bland in comparison.Published 5 days ago by Christine Ryder
I read this for you book club. It was one that will provoke discussion. The author seems to have put her heart into it and there are some good descriptions of loss,Published 5 days ago by Mary Swann