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Babble journeys through British history with Madeline Dewhurst

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Madeline Dewhurst has a PhD in Research and an MA in Creative Writing. She is an academic in English and Creative Writing at the Open University, and her writing includes fiction, journalism and drama.

Her debut novel Charity, which has been longlisted for the Bath Novel Award and is published 26 April 2021 by Eye Lightning Books, tells a story set between the present day in London, where a young woman called Lauren is working as a live-in carer for Edith, and 1950’s, where Edith is the child of British settles during the Mau Mau Uprising in British occupied Kenya.

Her second novel, The Master of Measham Hall, is hot on Charity’s trail, published by Duckworth Books on 15 July 2021. Also a work of historical fiction, The Master of Measham Hall is set in 1655, five years after the return of King Charles II from exile. The novel explores the social and religious divides at the heart of the Restoration Period.

Podcast edited and produced by Matt Janke

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