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In the lead up to The People’s Book Prize 2016 we caught up with author Griselda Heppel to talk about her Children’s book

The Tragickall History of Henry Fowst

Griselda grew up in Germany, the land of black forests, red and white toadstools, gingerbread houses and lonely castles bristling with turrets. With Grimms’ Fairy Tales as her backdrop, the magic and stories have become a firm part of Griselda’s make-up.  After graduating from Cambridge, Griselda worked in publishing, got married, had four children and was somewhat distracted for a few years. But in the back of her mind stories grew and in 2012 she released Ante’s Inferno. Returning with The Tragickall History of Henry Fowst (publication August 2015) tackles the Faustian legend, interweaving Elizabethan magic, demons and historical mystery into the everyday life of 13-year-old Henry, who’ll do anything to overcome his problems, even follow…

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