Lucy Wadham is a British novelist, author of 'Greater Love', 'Castro's Dream' and 'Lost', all published by Faber and Faber. 'The Secret Life of France', an account of Lucy's relationship with France, her adoptive land, was published by Faber in July 2010 to great acclaim and updated in 2013. In the same year Penguin published Lucy's memoir of her offbeat, 70s childhood, 'Heads and Straights.' Lucy's first novel, 'Lost' (2000) was shortlisted for the Macallan Golden Dagger Award and optioned for the screen by first by John Malkovich and later by Emily Watson.


Born in London in 1964, Lucy Wadham lives in France with her four children.


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