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Burstall was educated at the St Paul's Girls' School and studied English at Christ's College, Cambridge, graduating from Cambridge University in 1980. She began her career as a reporter on the Western Morning News, later becoming a features editor of Woman and Family Circle. Her first novel Gym and Slimline was published in 2008, followed by Never Close Your Eyes in 2009.
- Never Close your Eyes (2008)
- Gym and Slimline (2009)
- The Darling Girls (2013)
- Tremarnock (A Cornish Village) (2015)
- The Cornish Guest House (2016)
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