Rosamund Lupton (née Orde-Powlett), is a British author. She studied literature at Cambridge University. She is perhaps best known for her novels Sister, Afterwards, The Quality of Silence and Three Hours
Early life and family
Lupton was born 22 July 1964, the daughter of the Hon. Patrick Christopher Orde-Powlett, son of Nigel Amyas Orde-Powlett, 6th Baron Bolton of Bolton Castle. On 1 May 1999 she married Martin G.F. Lupton, son of Geoffrey Charles Martineau Lupton (b.1930) who was the grandson of Leeds Lord Mayor Hugh Lupton.
In her first novel Sister, Lupton tells the story of Beatrice, living in New York, in search for Tess, her missing sister, who lives in London.
Sister sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide. It has been translated in 30 languages, and it is a best-seller on the New York Times…Read more on Wikipedia