More About the Author
Frances Lynn was born in St Mary's Hospital Paddington in London and was educated at Malvern Girls' College. She started her journalistic career when she wrote the 'bitch' gossip column for the defunct Ritz Newspaper. She was also a freelance journalist and wrote so many film columns, she was forced to to use a pseudo name for some of her bylines. She has written two novels: "Crushed", a Young Adult novel which she illustrated, and also "Frantic" about the early Seventies set in London and San Francisco. She got the idea for "Frantic" when she used to hang out in David Hockney's basement, 'the best nightclub in town'. She has also written a non-fiction book titled "Willing To Die For It", a biography on the scientist Dr Sammy Lee, the early human IVF pioneer and is currently working on her third novel.