Tania Crosse was born in London but at a very young age moved to Surrey where her love of the countryside took root.
She has a degree in French Literature, but did not have the time to indulge her lifetime passion for writing stories until her family had grown up. Side by side with her meticulous historical research and love of Dartmoor, she began penning her novels set in that area from Victorian times to the 1950s, all based closely on local history.
In 2014, she completed her Devonshire series with her tenth published novel, Teardrops in the Moon, and she is now looking to take her writing career in a new direction.
They have three grown up children and two grandchildren. Tania was shortlisted for the area Sue Ryder Women of Achievement Award 2009 and her brother is famous thriller writer, Terence Strong.
She and her husband live partly in Berkshire and partly at their cottage in Dartmoor.
Her book, Nobody's Girl, was published in June 2017 and its sequel, A Place To Call Home in October 2017.
Agent: Broo Doherty
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