Barbara Gaskell Denvil

Biography

BARBARA GASKELL DENVIL, the author of FAIR WEATHER, has been a writer all her life. Born in Gloucestershire, England, she soon moved to London and, starting as a literary reviewer and critic for BOOKS & BOOKMEN, quickly built up a career publishing numerous short stories and articles.
She then spent many hot and colourful years sailing the Mediterranean on a yacht and living in various different countries throughout the region.
When her partner died, she moved to rural Australia where she still lives amongst the parrots and wallabies, writing full time before contemplating an eventual return to England.
Her first finished novel, FAIR WEATHER, is a fantasy set in England in the 1200s. This is based on considerable historical content, but the plot is sheer fantasy. However, Barbara’s love of medieval history subsequently led her to write historical and crime novels set in the late 1400s and early Tudor period.
FAIR WEATHER has been published to considerable success online – soon to be followed by her second book – SATIN CINNABAR. No fantasy this time, the story is an adventure set against accurate historical fact, but including all the mystery and romance for which she is becoming well known.

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Books

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