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A.M. Howell

A.M. Howell completed a BA and MA at the University of Manchester and now writes policy documents for local government. In 2015, she was one of fifteen writers selected to take part in the Curtis Brown Creative Writing for Children Course, tutored by children’s author Catherine Johnson.

Her first novel, The Garden of Found and Lost is loosely inspired by the discovery of a 100-year-old gardener’s notebook at Ickworth House. She lives in rural Suffolk with her husband and two sons.

Twitter: @annmarie_howell

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