Catherine Hall Audio Books

Catherine Hall Audio Books

Catherine Hall was born in the Lake District in 1973 and brought up in an extended family on a remote hill farm. After reading English at Cambridge University, she moved to London, where she worked in documentary film production and then for an international peace-building organization before becoming a freelance writer and editor for human rights and development charities. She now divides her time between London and Italy.

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