Linden Salter


Linden Salter was born in London, and became a teacher, a career choice that led her to some interesting jobs in Nigeria and Papua New Guinea. She lived for many years in Australia's Northern Territory in a place called Humpty Doo before moving to Melbourne in 2004. She is fascinated by history, her favourite novelist is Jane Austen, and she does not own a cat.

Linden passed away in Melbourne on 14 April, 2014. This site will continue to be maintained by her Literary Estate, which consists of her husband, Brian, their two sons, Michal and Jim, and Brian's daughters, Barbara and Alison. Her email address now redirects to Brian. The facebook site is now a general site about her novels.

Where to find Linden Salter online


Daughter of the Guillotine
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 98,540. Language: Commonwealth English. Published: February 19, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
Can the executioner's daughter save France's greatest scientist from her father's blade?

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