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Het vallen van de nacht

Minette Walters (author), Fanneke Cnossen (translator)
Het jaar 1349 komt steeds dichterbij en de pest houdt Engeland nog steeds volledig in zijn greep. De afgezonderde bewoners van Develish vragen zich af of ze de enige overlevenden zijn. Om erachter te komen wat er buiten de hofstede gebeurt, stuurt Lady Anne de vrijgevochten slaaf addeus erop uit, op zoek naar voedsel en nieuws. Thaddeus blijkt een geboren leider en ziet het al snel als zijn doel
Title
Het vallen van de nacht
Author
Minette Walters
Translator
Fanneke Cnossen
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
The turn of midnight
Publisher
Amsterdam: Xander Uitgevers, 2019
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789401610889

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About Minette Walters

Minette Walters (born 26 September 1949) is an English crime writer.

Life and work

Walters was born in Bishop's Stortford in 1949 to Samuel Jebb and Colleen Jebb. As her father was a serving army officer, the first 10 years of Walters's life were spent moving between army bases in the north and south of England. Her father died from kidney failure in 1960. While raising Walters and her two brothers, Colleen Jebb painted miniatures from photographs to supplement the family's income. Walters spent a year at the Abbey School in Reading, Berkshire, before winning a Foundation Scholarship at the Godolphin boarding school in Salisbury.

During a gap year between school and Durham University, 1968, Walters volunteered in Israel with The Bridge in Britain, working on a kibbutz and in a delinquent boys' home in Jerusalem. She graduated from Trevelyan College, Durham in 1971 with a BA in French. Mi…Read more on Wikipedia

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