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Lucy Ribchester
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Lucy Ribchester

Lucy Ribchester Biography

Lucy Ribchester was the winner of the Scottish Book Trust New Writer's Award 2013. Her travel writing has appeared in The Guardian and Scotland in Trust magazines and her short stories have been published by, among others, Vintage Script, Ether, and Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. Lucy lives in Edinburgh.

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