Caroline was born in Durham City but has lived in many different parts of the country
before finally settling in Norfolk. Aged eleven, she began writing stories for the
school magazine and has continued whenever work, marriage and raising three children
have allowed. The character Sarah in her dramatic and exciting first novel Follow Me, set during Wellington's Peninsular campaign, started life as an exercise during a
creative writing degree with the Open University. Caroline's favourite activity, other than
writing, is walking with her husband and two cocker spaniels.
Her second novel, the contemporary Pulling Up the Weeds is published by
The Paris Press/White Glove and is available from Amazon. In 2016 she published Rowena, and Araminta, the first two delightfully entertaining Regency romances in the Regency Belles series, followed by Harriette, Beatrice, Imogene, Louise and Rosalind.
In 2019, The Paris Press published the first of the Wooton Poges mysteries, The Lime Tree Murders.
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