Tuesday, 2nd Oct 2012

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Rosie Furber

Rosemary read law at Churchill College, practised as a solicitor in London and raised  three children. in 2005 Dublin's Wolfhound Press published her ghost novel for 10-14 year olds What You See Is What You GetThe Most Intimate Place followed in 2009 (Maia Press) and was described in the Guardian as 'A gripping, plausible and beautifully written literary thriller’. Rosemary has also written drama, collections of humour and in November 2010 her collection of short poems, Sweet Seventeens.

 

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