Liz Trenow was a late starter in writing fiction – although she has been a journalist for most of her working life, in news and features for local and regional newspapers, as a news journalist for local radio and regional television, and at BBC Broadcasting House and Television Centre.

Liz Trenow combines her new-found writing career with spending time with her family, singing in two chamber choirs (early music, especially) and, of course, reading widely.

The strand running through many of Liz’s novels stems back to her family background: She was born and brought up in a house next to the family silk mill, a company which was founded nearly 300 years ago and is still going strong today. There is more about the silk company at Stephen Walters & Sons Ltd.

More at liztrenow.com
Twitter: @liztrenow

IN LOVE AND WAR
IN LOVE AND WARPan Macmillan 2018
THE SILK WEAVER
THE SILK WEAVERPan Macmillan 2016
THE POPPY FACTORY
THE POPPY FACTORY Avon / HarperCollins 2014
THE FORGOTTEN SEAMSTRESS
THE FORGOTTEN SEAMSTRESS Avon / HarperCollins 2013
THE LAST TELEGRAM
THE LAST TELEGRAM Avon / HarperCollins 2012