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Hannah Begbie

Hannah Begbie was born in London. She studied Art History at Cambridge University before working as a talent agent, representing writers and comedians for more than a decade. In 2016 she took part in City University's Novel Studio, where she developed her debut novel, 'Mother', and won that year's prize for new writing. Published by HarperCollins in 2018, 'Mother' went on to win the Romantic Novelists' Association Joan Hessayon Award for new writing and was made Book of the Month on Mumsnet and a pick for Fern Britton's inaugural Book Club for Tesco. Described as 'simply brilliant' by The Irish Examiner and 'Human and true,' by The Financial Times, 'Mother' has been optioned by the BAFTA-winning Clerkenwell Films for adaptation into a television drama. Published in August 2020, Hannah's second novel, 'Blurred Lines' is a timely and compelling portrayal of what it costs to speak out. Praise for Blurred Lines: 'One of the most powerful stay-with-you books that I've read in the past year' Jane Corry, author of I Looked Away 'Blisteringly relevant, with an emotional pull that had me in hot, angry tears' - Clare Mackintosh, bestselling author of Let Me Lie 'Deeply compelling and gripping, with characters so realistic you feel as if you know them, I couldn't put it down' - Isy Suttie 'A fast-paced, tightly-wound thriller with great dialogue and compelling characters. A brilliant page-turner perfectly designed for the #MeToo era' - Viv Groskop 'Beautifully written, very timely, very honest - I read it deep into the night' - Emma Freud Hannah lives in London with her husband, a screenwriter, and their two sons. Twitter: @hannahbegbie Instagram: @hannahbegbie

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