Debbie Rix has written six novels, the latest of which - 'The Italian Girls' was published on 28th September 2020. Her novels tell the stories of real women that history has overlooked. As an ex-journalist historical accuracy is key and she strives to weave her stories around real life events. 'The research process is vital,' she says. 'I work on the principle that if I find something fascinating, then so too will my readers.' Her novels have been published in several languages - including Italian and Czech and her 5th novel 'The Secret Letter' will soon come out in Russia. Debbie spends a lot of time in Italy and that country is the setting for 5 of her 6 novels. When not travelling she lives in the Kent countryside with her journalist husband, children, chickens and four cats. She began her career with the BBC -initially as the news reader on Breakfast Time, thereafter appearing as a presenter and reporter on a variety of factual and light entertainment television series. She had a spell as an Agony Aunt, and has also written about gardens and gardening - one of her private passions.Read more Read less
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