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Lindsay Ashford

Author of The Woman on the Orient Express

Includes the names: Lindsay Ashford, Lindsay Jayne Ashford

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Lindsay Ashford is an award-winning British mystery novelist and journalist. Her writing has been compared to that of Vivien Armstrong, Linda Fairstein, and Frances Fyfield. Raised in Wolverhampton, Ashford became the first female graduate of the Criminology Programme at Queens' College, Cambridge in its 550-year history. She has a degree in criminology and in 1996 began writing mysteries. Ashford divides her time between a home on the Welsh coast near Aberystwyth, Wales, and the village of Chawton (Jane Austen's home) in Hampshire, England. [mostly from The Mysterious Death of Miss Jame Austen (Sourcebook Landmark, 2013)
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