A Grave above Ground

An unwanted pregnancy leads a bright young woman into a life she could never have imagined. Unique, sad and sometimes darkly humorous, “A Grave above Ground” is a beggar's tale. It is about how easily life can change, escape from persecution as a refugee and the beauty and limits experienced with the healing power of love and care. Its about reconciliation with loss and pain as well as awakenin More

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About Diana Hutton

Diana Hutton lives in Madrid, Spain and has spent most of her career as a professional translator but has devoted the last few years to writing full-time. Her latest novel, "Sisterly Love" delves into the intricacies of the sister relationship in old age, treating the subject with remarkable humour and sensitivity. She is also in the process of working on a new novel.
Diana has written two other novels, "A Grave above Ground" and "Don't Call Me Lebohang" which can be purchased on Amazon. “A Grave above Ground” is also available as an audiobook at most retail audiobook outlets.

Although born in Southampton, in the United Kingdom at the end of the Second World War, Diana spent the first ten years of her life in London, then moved with her family to Sydney, Australia. She was educated there and dabbled in acting and contemporary ballet in Sydney on leaving school, then worked at the Australian Broadcasting Commission. As a young woman, she returned to London, but shortly afterwards moved to live in Paris where she met her Spanish husband-to-be whilst working in the Australian Permanent Delegation to UNESCO. She married in Madrid and has two grown up children. She has lived there on and off since 1970 and has found life in Spain to be a deeply enriching experience.

Diana has written three books:
"Sisterly Love" to be released 1 July 2019
“A Grave Above Ground” see excerpt in the following pages. Available everywhere and in Audio version
"Don't Call Me Lebohang" available from Amazon.

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