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Nicci French is the pseudonym of English husband-and-wife team Nicci Gerrard and Sean French, who write psychological thrillers together

Contents

  • 1 Personal life
  • 2 Nicci Gerrard
  • 3 Sean French
  • 4 Works by Nicci French
  • 5 Works by Sean French
  • 6 Works by Nicci Gerrard
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

Personal life

Nicci Gerrard and Sean French were married in 1990 Since 1999 they have lived in Suffolk in East Anglia, England The couple have two daughters Hadley and Molly and Nicci has two children Edgar and Anna from her first marriage

Nicci Gerrard

Nicci Gerrard was born on 10 June 1958 She grew up in Worcestershire, together with her two sisters and her brother

She was educated at The Alice Ottley School in Worcester She then studied English literature at Oxford University and then an MPhil at Sheffield University in 1986[1] She went on to teach literature in Los Angeles and London She founded a women's magazine before becoming a freelance journalist During that time she married and had two children

Following the failure of this first marriage, she met Sean French whilst working as editor for the New Statesman where French wrote a weekly column, but left when she was offered another job at The Observer

In November 2014 her father John Gerrard died, his dementia having deteriorated significantly during a five-week stay in hospital for an unrelated problem and with very restricted visiting by his family As a result of this Gerrard launched John's Campaign for extended visiting rights for carers of patients with dementia[2]

Sean French

Sean French was born on 28 May 1959 in Bristol, the son of Philip French,[3] a radio producer and film critic He was, like his two younger brothers Patrick and Karl, educated at William Ellis secondary school in north London before studying English literature at Oxford University The couple never met while there While at Oxford University, French won a young writers contest organised by Vogue, and subsequently became a journalist

In 1987 he gained his first column and until the end of 2000 he wrote a column for the New Statesman His solo novel Start from Here was published in 2004

Works by Nicci French

  • The Memory Game 1997
  • The Safe House 1998
  • Killing Me Softly 1999
  • Beneath the Skin 2000
  • The Red Room 2001
  • The People Who Went Away 2001, a short story published as a novella for promotional purposes[4]
  • Land of the Living 2003
  • Secret Smile 2003, basis of British TV series Secret Smile[5]
  • Catch Me When I Fall 2005
  • Losing You 2006
  • Until It's Over 2007
  • Speaking Ill of the Dead 2008, a short story published for promotional purposes[6]
  • What to Do When Someone Dies 2008
  • Complicit 2009, published in the United States as The Other Side of the Door 2010
  • Blue Monday A Frieda Klein Novel 2011
  • Tuesday's Gone A Frieda Klein Novel 2013
  • Waiting for Wednesday A Frieda Klein Novel 2013
  • Thursday's Child A Frieda Klein Novel 2014
  • Friday on My Mind A Frieda Klein Novel 2015
  • Saturday Requiem A Frieda Klein Novel 2016, published in the United States as Dark Saturday 2017
  • Sunday Morning Coming Down A Frieda Klein Novel 2017, published in the United States as Sunday Silence
  • The Day of the Dead A Frieda Klein Novel 2018

Works by Sean French

  • Patrick Hamilton: A Life 1993, biography
  • The Imaginary Monkey 1994, novel
  • Bardot 1995, biography
  • The Dream of Dreams 1996, novel
  • Jane Fonda: A Biography 1998, biography
  • Start from Here 2004, novel

Works by Nicci Gerrard

  • Things we knew were true Michael Joseph, 2003 – featuring teenage sisters, LCCN 2003-363056
  • Soham 2004
  • Solace 2005
  • Simple in the Moonlight 2006
  • The Middle Place 2008
  • The Winter House 2009
  • Missing Persons 2011
  • The Twilight Hour 2014

References

  1. ^ wwwsheffieldacuk/alumni/news
  2. ^ "John's Campaign" Retrieved 30 April 2015 
  3. ^ The Atlantic Companion to Literature in English, New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers, 2007, p190
  4. ^ "International Fiction Bestsellers" Publishing Trends September 2003 Archived from the original on 11 February 2008 Retrieved 16 January 2008 
  5. ^ David-Tennantcom Archived 2014-08-27 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ "Crime Drama | Alibi Channel" Uktvcouk Archived from the original on 13 October 2012 Retrieved 6 March 2014 

External links

  • Official website 2004–2014 archived 2014-04-04
  • Nicci French at Penguin Books
  • Nicci French at Library of Congress Authorities, with 18 catalogue records
  • Sean French at Library of Congress Authorities, with 6 catalogue records
  • Nicci Gerrard at Library of Congress Authorities, with 1 catalogue records

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