Molly Watson was born in Wales. The eldest of six children, she escaped first to a trading pit in the London Financial Futures Exchange and then to Oxford. After taking a degree in Modern History at Jesus College she was appointed the Evening Standard's correspondent in New York and lived in America for several years. Despite her best efforts she is currently living back at home in the Brecon Beacons with her parents and assorted siblings.
'A fun, fizzy canter through the rural calendar that sees both girls leave their London jobs, join a hunt, and swap floaty sundresses for hacking jackets' Mail on SundayRead More