Nicola Thorne

Nicola Thorne perceptive storytelling skills have won her an army of fans. She is the author of a number of well-known novels which include ‘Champagne Gold’, ‘Trophy Wife’, ‘Worlds Apart’ and ‘Old Money’. Born in South Africa, she was convent educated and completed her studies at the LSE.

Nicola always wanted to pursue a literary career, and while she wrote her early novels, she also worked as an editor for a publishing house. Since then she has written over forty novels in various genres – gothic, historical, contemporary – nearly half a million of which are borrowed in the UK public libraries every year. She has also been translated into most of the world’s main languages, including Japanese.

For many years she lived in London, but has now made her home in Dorset, the scene of her latest novel ‘The Broken Bough’.

Books by Nicola Thorne