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Kathryn Gauci

Kathryn Gauci is a critically acclaimed international, bestselling, author who produces strong, colorful, characters and riveting storylines. She is the recipient of numerous major international awards for her works of historical fiction. She was born in Leicestershire, England, and studied textile design at Loughborough College of Art and later at Kidderminster College of Art and Design. She now lives in Melbourne, Australia.
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