Amanda Craig was born in South Africa in 1959, and brought up in Italy and Britain. After reading English at Clare College Cambridge, she became an award-winning young journalist in the 1980s. She is the author of six novels, Foreign Bodies, A Private Place, A Vicious Circle, In a Dark Wood and Love In Idleness. Her novels and short stories carry characters on from one book to the next, and her new novel, Hearts and Minds is a sequel to both A Vicious Circle and Love in Idleness. She lives in London, is a reviewer and broadcaster, and is also the children's book critic for the Times (UK).
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