A freelance writer and sub-editor, Ann Morgan has written for publications as diverse as The Australian, The Guardian, Bermuda’s Royal Gazette and Period Ideas. She spent three years as Campaigns Officer for heritage charity the Victorian Society, a role which saw her interviewing miners, exploring castles in Slovakia and declaring Waltham Forest Town Hall a heritage crime scene, all in the name of saving old buildings. When she’s not writing, Ann is often to be found performing with some of London’s top professional choirs. Singing has taken her to such far-flung destinations as the Red Sea, the Arctic Circle, and Texas, as well many places in between. Ann’s first novel, "A Breathless Hush in the Close", was published in 2008.