Pam Lecky hails from Ireland. A working mum with three children, a dog and two cats, her life is hectic. Pam studied horticulture with the RHS in the UK, loves music and photography, and has been an avid reader from an early age. A huge fan of historical fiction and crime, particularly when combined, she finally decided to set free the stories battling for release in her head. She has a particular fascination with all things 19th century, from food and clothes to architecture and social history. If there was time travel, she’d be the first to sign up and there are no prizes for guessing what time period she’d travel to. Pam is a member of the Historical Novel Society.
Her debut novel, The Bowes Inheritance, was published in July 2015 and has recently been short-listed for the Carousel Aware Prize (CAP) 2016. Last year it was long-listed for the HNS 2016 Indie Award and achieved ‘Honourable Mention’ in the General Fiction Category of the London Book Festival Awards.
She found the writing fun and the research addictive and hopes, if you read it, some of that will come across. Her blog posts will be predominantly Victorian /Edwardian in theme, with a few about her self-publishing experiences.
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