Monica Kendall Author Page

Monica Kendall was born near London. She has a Master’s degree from St Hugh’s College, Oxford University, and another from University College London. She has previously edited two books: John Webster’s The Duchess of Malfi (Pearson/Longman, 2004) and the secret diary of a teenage great-aunt trapped in occupied Brussels during World War I, Miss Cavell Was Shot: The Diaries of Amy Hodson, 1914-1920 (SilverWood, 2015). She has been an academic book editor for many years and now lives in North Wales, inspired by her great-great-grandfather’s hiraeth am Gymru and her son’s mountaineering.
Lies and the Brontės

Lies and the Brontės

Monica Kendall

Hardback

£25.00

Miss Cavell Was Shot

Miss Cavell Was Shot

Monica Kendall

Paperback

£12.99

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