Jennifer Robson first learned about the Great War from her father, acclaimed historian Stuart Robson, and later served as an official guide at the Canadian National War Memorial at Vimy Ridge, France. She studied at Saint Antony’s College, the University of Oxford, where she earned her D Phil in British economic and social history. Jennifer lives in Toronto, Canada, with her husband and young children.
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Hello everyone — it’s been a while since I posted any news, and in my absence some lovely reviews have come in for Somewhere in France. Publishers Weekly has this to say: “Robson’s first novel examines the dynamic between love and duty in the midst of historical tragedy [...] Robson’s…
SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE will go on sale, both in-store and online, on December 31, 2013, a week earlier than originally planned. It’s a great time to go book shopping, as many retailers will have Boxing Day sales or promotions in place. Happy shopping!
It’s official: I’m writing a follow-up to SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE for William Morrow Paperbacks, an imprint of HarperCollins. Set in Liverpool just after the First World War, my as-yet-untitled work in progress tells the story of Charlotte Brown, one of the secondary characters from SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE. I’m working on…