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Rosie Rushton

  • 3 stars across 23 books
    Rosie Rushton began her career as a feature writer for a local paper. STAYING COOL, SURVIVING SCHOOL was her first book, published by Piccadilly Press in 1993. After writing another non-fiction title, YOU'RE MY BEST FRIEND, I HATE YOU!, Rosie turned to fiction. A conversation with Piccadilly turned to embarrassing parents and The Leehampton Quartet was born.

    Rosie lives in Moulton, Northamptonshire. Her hobbies are: tracing her family history to see who she can blame for her dottiness, fine wine and food - an interest to which her buttocks bear evidence - travelling the world, being with her grandchildren, walking, theatre, reading and all things Indian. In the future she wants to write a TV drama for teenage audiences, visit Kathmandu, write the novel that has been pounding in her brain for years but has never quite got to the keyboard, and learn to slow down and smell the roses.
    26th April 2012

    Whatever Love is

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    14th March 2002

    Break Point

    Emily is an ace tennis player and the club coach is encouraging her to follow tennis as a career. Her mother agrees, her... More

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    27th January 2009

    Love, Lies and Lizzie

    When Mrs Bennet inherits enough money to move into the kind of village she has always dreamed of, her daughters find the... More

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    22nd October 2010

    Looking for Billie

    How far would you go to find your real mum? Billie Gold heard a woman on a train say that she's "looking for Billie". Sh... More

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    1st March 2012

    Whatever Love Is

    What would happen if Jane Austen's MANSFIELD PARK was set in the twenty-first century? When Frankie Price goes to live ... More

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    1st June 2006

    Summer of Secrets

    Caitlin Morland, whose pastimes including drawing caricatures of the rich and famous and reading every column inch of al... More

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    1st January 2010

    Echoes of Love

    Anna Eliot adored the gorgeous Felix Wentworth, but still called an end to their relationship. Two years later, Felix, w... More

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    25th February 2005

    The Secrets of Love

    What would happen if you transferred the traumas of teenage love from Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility to the twenty-... More

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    1st February 2008

    Secret Schemes and Daring Dreams

    Emma Woodhouse had, for seventeen years and ten months, had pretty much everything in life her own way (if you overlook ... More

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    26th June 2007

    Ffrind Mewn Angen

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