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Wendy Gill

Wendy Gill was born in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, in 1944, the youngest daughter of John and Connie Moxon. She attended Ardsley Oaks Junior and Infant School, then Oaks Secondary Modern, leaving at the age of fifteen.

She met Kevin and they married in 1964. They have two children – a son, Spencer, and daughter, Deborah.

She retired at the age of sixty-one and took up writing as a pastime.


  • The New Sam Daggett


    The birthday of Sadie's father is the moment in which Sadie's privileged and happy upbringing is turned upside down. Sadie and her father become victims to the notorious criminal, Louis Challis.

  • The Fat Man and His Toad


    Harriett's marriage to Lord Planter does not have an auspicious start. Planter is tricked into marriage by Harriett's stepfather and Harriett is beaten into submission by her stepfather and stepbrother – or 'The Fat Man and His Toad' as she calls them.

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