Sarah Bower is a prize-winning novelist and short story writer. She is also a regular contributor to Words With Jam and the Historical Novels Review (which she edited for two years). She works as a mentor to other writers, and teaches creative writing at the University of East Anglia, the Open University and the Unthank School of Writing. She holds an MA in creative writing from the University of East Anglia where she is now based in her role as co-ordinator of the mentorship scheme for literary translators run by the British Centre for Literary Translation. Sarah Bower is the author of THE NEEDLE IN THE BLOOD (Susan Hill’s Book of the Year 2007, currently shortlisted for a Romantic Times Reviewers’ Award) and SINS OF THE HOUSE OF BORGIA (originally published in the UK as THE BOOK OF LOVE) Her work has been published in nine countries. SINS OF THE HOUSE OF BORGIA spent several weeks on the 'Globe and Mail' bestseller lists and is also a bestseller in Italy.
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