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Maidenhead author celebrates debut novel

Grace Witherden

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A physiotherapist has had her debut novel published.

Julie-Ann Griffiths, who writes under the pen name J.A Corrigan, has written a psychological thriller called Falling Suns.

The 50-year-old, who worked at St Mark’s Hospital, decided to leave her job last year so she could write full time.

The Maidenhead resident of 17 years said: “I’ve always been into writing but I joined a writing group and started to work on my novel.

“The book is about how far you would go to get revenge for the brutal murder of your child.

“It’s very difficult to get your work published as you need to find a literacy agent, and I’m nervous about what people will think of the book.”

Visit www.accentpress.co.uk/falling-suns to find out more.

The book was published on Thursday, July 14.

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