Lucy Wadham

Lucy Wadham was born in London and educated at Oxford. She has lived in France for the past twenty years. Her first novel, Lost, was shortlisted for the Macallan Crime Writers Association Gold Dagger for Fiction. She is also the author of Castro's Dream, Greater Love and The Secret Life of France.

Lucy also now runs writing workshops in Paris. Further details can be found at

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Books by Lucy Wadham

Astrid and Lola, sisters in exile in Paris, are inextricably linked to the separatist struggle in their native Basque country. They await the release from prison of Lola's lover ...

Escaping her stifling experience in an archaic Portuguese village, Aisha strikes out for Paris, where she finds employment as a nanny, begins courses at the Sorbonne and falls into an ...

A young widow, Alice Aron arrives on a Mediterranean island with her two young sons to visit her husband's birthplace. The place is sun-drenched and barren, its people poor ...

Lucy Wadham’s first work of non-fiction is a candid and funny account of her long and tumultuous love affair with France, her adoptive land. At the age of eighteen ...

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