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Manda Scott


UK

aka M C Scott

Manda Scott is a veterinary surgeon, writer and climber, not necessarily in that order. Born and educated in Scotland, she trained at the Glasgow Vet School and now lives and works in Suffolk, sharing her life with two lurchers and other assorted wildlife. She is known primarily as a crime writer. Her first novel, Hen's Teeth, hailed by Fay Weldon as 'a new voice for a new world' was shortlisted for the 1997 Orange Prize. Her subsequent novels, Night Mares, Stronger than Death and No Good Deed, for which she was hailed as 'one of Britain's most important crime writers' by The Times, are published by Headline.

The Boudica series are her first historical novels. They are, she says, the books she was born to write.
 
Non fiction
 
Short stories
Femail (2000)


Awards
Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction Best Book nominee (1997) : Hen's Teeth
Edgar Awards Best Novel nominee (2003) : No Good Deed


Manda Scott recommends
Hound
Hound (2003)
George Green
"The ultimate warrior's tale... a beautiful, poignant story of vengeance, lost love, outstanding heroism and a quite astonishing capacity for alchohol."
Adept
Adept (2004)
(Adept , book 1)
Robert Finn
"Cracking...Fast paced,carefully plotted, hard-hitting, but with an edge of humour to keep it sharp...thoroughly to be recommended."
Of Merchants and Heroes
Of Merchants and Heroes (2008)
Paul Waters
"A masterpiece that deserves to become one of the classics of historical fiction"

Fields of Glory (2014)
(Hundred Years War, book 1)
Michael Jecks
"A cracking read in the best style of Conn Iggulden and Bernard Cornwell."



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