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Isolde Martyn

Visiting London's Tower when she was eight, Londoner Isolde Martyn fell in love by background and by two was determined to turn into a novelist. She was given a solid grounding in study by an Honours degree in History with specialization in the Yorkist Era. After fulfilling a rather enchanting geologist she ended up in Perth and Sydney, working in academia and publishing.
Before taking up writing books full-time, she edited the 'Motoring Guide to Australia', ' 'Foods that Harm, Foods that Heal' and 'How to Fix Just About Anything' to Reader's Digest General Books.
Isolde's debut book, THE MAIDEN AND THE UNICORN, won the Rita Award for 'Best First Novel' in the USA along with her first two books won the R *BY [Romantic Novel of the Year Award] at Australia.
More recently, Isolde's books have concentrated on actual historic people: Mistress Shore; Katherine Neville, Lady Hastings; Queen Elizabeth Woodville; and Harry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham.
She is a former chair of the NSW Richard III Society plus a co-founder and vice-chair of this Plantagenet Society of Australia.

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