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Lynne Alexander was born in Brooklyn, New York, and has lived in the . Now I Can Tell by. She became an accomplished harpsichordist before turning to writing in 1980. Since then she has published four more novels: Resonating Bodies (Macmillan), Taking Heart (Fourth Estate), Adolf's Revenge (Abacus) and Intimate Cartographies (Duckworth).
1990) A collection of poems by Lynne Alexander. For six months, Lynne Alexander worked as writer-in-residence at St John's Hospice in Lancashire. In this book, the patients' poems tell of their lives with courage, humour and spirit. This book affirms both life and the redemptive qualities of writing. The author also wrote "Safe Houses". Used availability for Lynne Alexander's Now I Can Tell.
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