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Launched in 1990 with her debut novel, Darker Days Than Usual, Suzannah Dunn wrote a further 5 critically acclaimed contemporary novels, and a short story collection, published by Flamingo, before writing her first historical novel, The Queen of Subtleties, which was published in 2004. She has since written a further three bestselling historical novels, The Sixth Wife, The Queen's Sorrow and The Confession of Katherine Howard (a Richard & Judy pick in 2011). THE MAY BRIDE is her new book.
A remarkable writer, a lyricist of ordinary life and ordinary people transfigured by extreme emotions - Daily TelegraphHer ear for the rhythms of speech is unerring, her feeling for the minutiae of experience acute. It takes a good deal of artistry to create the illusion of real life, and she has managed something more difficult still, which is to show us how strange real life can be. - The TimesThe Queen of Subtleties offers a stunningly refreshing way of retelling an old story. I often abandon historical novels nowadays, but I really could not put this one down. It brings Anne Boleyn to life as never before, and, probably for the first time ever in fiction, Henry VIII emerges as a truly credible character in an authentic setting. - Alison WeirSuzannah Dunn...weaves...a love story that is both moving and believable...of second chances at love, and passion reawakened. - Daily TelegraphMesmerising and beautifully written. - Scotsman