Elizabeth Edmondson was born in Chile to an impeccably English father and a distinctly un-English Argentine mother. Educated by Benedictine nuns in Calcutta, Fabians in London, and Inklings at Oxford, she has lived in England, India, Malta and Italy. Her Mountjoy books (originally published by Hodder & Stoughton, 1993-8, under the pen-name Elizabeth Pewsey) were inspired by years of living in York, where her son was a chorister at the Minster, and depict the unholy, unquiet, and frequently unseemly goings-on of an (imaginary) northern cathedral city and its peculiar surroundings.
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