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Anna Blundy was born in 1970 and went to City of London School for Girls and Westminster School before reading Russian at University College, Oxford. She has lived in Russia three times - as a translator, a blues singer and eventually as Moscow correspondent for The Times. Every Time We Say Goodbye, Anna's memoir of her father, the foreign correspondent David Blundy, was published in 1998 to great critical acclaim. She now lives in London with her husband, Horatio, and their two children, Lev and Hope.

Books by Anna Blundy

The Oligarch's Wife

A wonderfully rich and vibrant novel which tells the story of one of Russia's post-Communist Oligarchs and the two women who marry him, from impoverished boyhood, through unimaginable power and wealth, to the moment when he finally overreaches himself.

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Only My Dreams

A big, sexy blockbuster - an unputdownably pacy plot meets an unforgettable love story

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