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Janet Ellis discusses The Butcher’s Hook

Posted on: 15/02/2016 with tags: janet ellis, the butcher's hook, Georgian

Here’s a real treat for you, the fabulous Janet Ellis discussing her dark debut The Butcher’s Hook.

Janet Ellis talks to editor Lisa Highton on her debut novel The Butcher’s Hook, becoming an author and recording the audiobook.

The Butcher’s Hook is the dark and twisted tale of a young girl in 18th-century London determined to take her life in her own hands, no matter the cost.

Janet Ellis trained as an actress at the Central School of Speech and Drama. She is best known for presenting Blue Peter and contributes to numerous radio and TV programmes. She recently graduated from the Curtis Brown creative writing school.

Amy Dolman

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Amy is responsible for the smooth running of the H for History website, and enjoys reading history-based fantasy. She also like to photograph sites of historical interest in her spare time with a cup of bovril and a pork pie for company. Favourite period of history: Ancient; Favourite historical read: Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave; Upcoming book i'm most looking forward to: Mister Memory by Marcus Sedgwick

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