Jenn Ashworth was born in 1982 in Preston, Lancashire and studied at Cambridge and Manchester. She’s worked as a barmaid, a waitress, a Samaritan and a cleaner and she currently lives with her daughter in Preston and runs a library inside a prison. Her first novel, A Kind of Intimacy was published by Arcadia in May 2009 and was selected by Waterstone’s as one of their New Voices of the year. It was followed by Cold Light (2011), The Friday Gospels (2013), and most recently Fell (2016), which have all been published by Sceptre. Jenn was named as one of the twelve authors to watch in 2011 by the Guardian and The Culture Show.
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The Friday Gospels
It’s Friday in the Leeke household, but this is no ordinary Friday: the Leekes are Lancastrian Mormons and tonight they will be welcoming back their […]
This is the tale of three fourteen-year-old girls and a volatile combination of lies, jealousy and perversion that ends in tragedy. Except the tragedy is […]