Fiona Walker (author)

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Fiona Walker (born Isle of Wight 1969) is a British author of contemporary women’s fiction. She has been popularly dubbed ‘the Jilly Cooper of the Cosmo generation’.

Biography[edit]

Fiona Walker studied drama at the University of London before embarking upon a brief career in advertising. Her first novel, French Relations, was published when she was in her early twenties. She lives with her partner and their two daughters in rural Warwickshire.

Bibliography[edit]

  • French Relations (1994)
  • Kiss Chase (1995)
  • Well Groomed (1996)
  • Snap Happy (1998)
  • Lucy Talk (1999)
  • Between Males (2001)
  • Lots of Love (2003)
  • Tongue in Cheek (2005)
  • Four Play (2007)
  • Love Hunt (2009)
  • Kiss and Tell (2011)
  • The Love Letter (2012)
  • The Summer Wedding (2013)
  • The Country Escape (2014)
  • The Woman Who Fell in Love for a Week (2015)
  • The Weekends of You and Me (2016)
  • The Country Set (2017)

References[edit]

[1] [1] [2] Little Brown Group Hodder and Stoughton Publishers Hodder and Stoughton [3] Curtis Brown Literary Agency [4] Fiona Walker biography [5] Vulpes Libris [6] Fiona Walker Good Reads

  1. ^ Head of Zeus Publishers
  2. ^ Little Brown Publishers
  3. ^ Curtis Brown Literary Agency
  4. ^ Fiona Walker biography
  5. ^ Vulpes Libris
  6. ^ Good Reads

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