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Valerie Fitzgerald, 85, first-time novelist again

valerie.jpgImagine having big success with a novel in your fifties...And then never writing another one. And not only that, but seeing that same novel re-published to more acclaim in your mid-eighties. That's what has happened to Valerie Fitzgerald, whose historical novel Zemindar is hitting shelves again. Alan spoke to her about having one's work re-discovered as an octogenarian.








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