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Anne Somerset

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Anne Somerset read History at King's College, London and published her first book in 1980. She's the daughter of a famous English aristocratic family: her father is David Somerset, 11th Duke of Beaufort, whose home is Badminton House. Her late husband Matthew Carr (1953-2011) was the artist, not the author.
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