I had the pleasure of spending the day with Judith in Cambridgeshire and witnessing first hand the passion she has for writing and reaching out to her readers, and the methods she employs to research the historical detail and complexities of life in bygone eras.
In classic Judith Lennox style, her latest novel One Last Dance reveals how seeds planted during the First World War begin to fester and grow and threaten to tear a family apart. And it’s only as the twentieth century draws to a close that these old ghosts will finally be laid to rest.
Photo: Horst Friedrichs.
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