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Juliet Conlin

Juliet was born in London and grew up in the UK and Germany. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Lancaster University and a PhD in Psychology from the University of Durham. She works as a writer and translator and lives with her husband and four children in Berlin. She writes in both English and German. Her novels include 'The Fractured Man' (Cargo, 2013), 'The Uncommon Life of Alfred Warner in Six Days' (Black & White Publishing, 2017), 'The Lives Before Us' (Black & White Publishing, 2019) and 'Sisters of Berlin' (Black & White Publishing, 2020). Her most recent Enlish-language novel, 'Love, Hope' was published by Hodder in July 2021, and her first German novel 'Schatten der Schuld' was published in 2022 by Ullstein Verlag under the pseudonym Julia Niermann. 'Daughers of Warsaw', a novel under yet another pseudoynm, Maria Frances, will be published in 2024 by Avon. Juliet is a member of Scottish PEN.

She is occasionally on Facebook, watching Twitter go up in flames, feeling inadequate on Instagram and very new to Mastodon (which seems lovely so far).

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