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Jennifer Robson

Jennifer Robson is a Toronto-based writer of historical fiction.
Jennifer Robson is the author or Goodnight from London.

Jennifer Robson is a Toronto-based historical fiction writer. She holds a Bachelor's degree in French literature and Modern History from King's University College at Western University and a doctorate in British economic and social history from Saint Antony's College, University of Oxford, where she was a Commonwealth Scholar and an SSHRC Doctoral fellow.

Robson is the author of Goodnight From London, Moonlight Over Paris, After the War is Over, Somewhere in France and Fall of Poppies, all of which are set during and after World War One and Two. Her forthcoming novel, The Gown, is about Queen Elizabeth II's wedding gown and the fascinating women who made it. It is due out in Dec. 2018.

Books by Jennifer Robson

Interviews

Jennifer Robson, the author of "Goodnight from London" and other historical novels, on her favourite character in fiction, her greatest regret and more. 5:33
The author of bestsellers Somewhere in France and After the War Is Over talks about keeping the stories of the First World War and the early 20th century alive in her fiction. 4:56

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