LP Fergusson was awarded an MA in Creative Writing with Distinction from Oxford Brookes University and won the Blackwell’s Prize for MA Creative Writing. Her stories have made a number of shortlists for competitions run by the Orwell Society, Oxfordshire Libraries, Flash500 and NYC Midnight. Her psychological thriller reached the final three of a Quercus/Psychologies Thriller competition. Her wartime novel Dark Barn was Highly Commended in the Caledonia Novel Award 2018 and published by Canelo as A Dangerous Act of Kindness. She spent a number of years working at Blenheim Palace, which inspired her second historical novel, The Summer Fields. She also edits the historical blog With Love from Graz which was featured on BBC Radio Wales, Radio 2 and BBC4’s A Very British Romance with Lucy Worsley. She now lives in an Oxfordshire village beneath the chalk downs where her Second World War novel A Dangerous Act of Kindness is set. She is represented by Giles Milburn at Madeleine Milburn Literary, TV & Film Agency.Read more Read less
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