Miranda Carter

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Miranda Carter, born in London in 1965, is a British writer and biographer. She was educated at St Paul's Girls School and Exeter College, Oxford.[1]

Her first book was a biography of the art historian and spy Anthony Blunt, entitled Anthony Blunt: His Lives. It won the Royal Society of Literature Award and the Orwell Prize and was short-listed for the CWA Gold Dagger for Non-Fiction, the Guardian First Book award, the Whitbread Biography prize and the James Tait Black Memorial prize. In the US it was chosen by the New York Times Book Review as one of the seven best books of 2002.

She is married to John Lanchester, with whom she has two children, and lives in London.[2]

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