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Fiona McIntosh

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Fiona McIntosh
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Born1960
Brighton, England
Pen nameLauren Crow
OccupationAuthor
NationalityAustralian
Period2001 – present
GenreFantasy, crime, history
Website
www.fionamcintosh.com

Fiona McIntosh (born 1960) is an author of adult and children's books who lives in Australia.[1][2] She was born in Brighton, England and between the ages of three and eight, travelled a lot to Africa due to her father's work. At the age of nineteen, she travelled first to Paris and later to Australia, where she has lived ever since. In 2007, she released a crime novel, Bye Bye Baby, under the pseudonym of Lauren Crow,[3] however the pen name has since been dropped for the republished edition of Bye Bye Baby and for the sequel, Beautiful Death.

Published works

Adult fiction

Trinity

  • Betrayal (2001)[4]
  • Revenge (2002)
  • Destiny (2002)

The Quickening

Percheron

  • Odalisque (2005)
  • Emissary (2006)
  • Goddess (2007)

Valisar

Jack Hawksworth series

  • Bye Bye Baby (2007, writing under the pen-name Lauren Crow)
  • Beautiful Death (2009)[6]

Other novels

  • Fields of Gold (2010)
  • The Lavender Keeper (2012)
  • The Scrivener's Tale (2012, standalone novel set in the world of The Quickening)
  • The French Promise (2013, sequel to The Lavender Keeper)
  • The Tailor's Girl (2013)
  • Tapestry (2014)
  • Nightingale (2014)
  • The Last Dance (2015)
  • On The Scent of Purfume: The Making of the Perfumer's Secret (2015)
  • The Perfumer's Secret (2015)
  • The Chocolate Tin (2016)
  • The Tea Gardens (2017)
  • The Pearl Thief (2018)
  • The Diamond Hunter (2019)
  • The Champagne War (2020)

Short stories

  • The Batthouse Girl (2009) in Thanks for the Mammaries (ed. Sarah Darmody)

Children's fiction

Shapeshifter

  • Severo's Intent (2007)
  • Saxten's Secret (2007)
  • Wolf Lair (2007)
  • King of the Beasts (2007)

Other works

Non fiction

  • How To Write Your Blockbuster (2015)

References

  1. ^ Auden, Sandy. "An Interview with Fiona McIntosh". SF Site. Retrieved 30 April 2014.
  2. ^ Swart, Genevieve. "Gruesome fantasy belies a gentle writer". SMH. Retrieved 30 April 2014.
  3. ^ "November/December 2007 newsletter". Lauren Crow. Archived from the original on 9 July 2008. Retrieved 1 May 2008.
  4. ^ "Enter a mythical kingdom of tangled plots and sub-plots". Cape Times (subscription required). 9 February 2007. Archived from the original on 11 June 2014. Retrieved 30 April 2014.
  5. ^ Cummings, Pip. "Pariah of the school car pool". SMH. Retrieved 30 April 2014.
  6. ^ Goldsmith, Belinda. "Book Talk: Fantasy author Fiona McIntosh gets into crime". Reuters. Retrieved 30 April 2014.

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