The Show by Tilly Bagshawe (Paperback, ) Swell Valley Series Book 2 | Ashby de la BooksSweeping from Mexico City to the dark underbelly of LA, The Silent Widow has all the trademark glamour, suspense and unexpected twists of a classic Sidney Sheldon novel. The case is left cold, but its legacy will be devastating. A decade later, LA is shaken by a spate of violent murders. Psychologist Nikki Roberts is the common link between the victims, her patients at the heart of this treacherous web. Nikki makes a living out of reading people, drawing out their secrets, but the key to this shocking pattern eludes her.
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Born Matilda Emily N. Bagshawe on 12th June in the year in Lambeth Hospital in London, England, to Nicholas Wilfrid Bagshawe as the father and Daphne Margaret nee Triggs as her mother, Matilda had a brother, James and two sisters Loise bagshawe, the elder sister and another sister Alice. With a pen name Tilly Bagshawe, she however, has a long and a renowned family tree that spans of a catholic gentry to artist and stockbrokers to begbrokers as well as to the co-founders of the renowned Westminster Cathedral. Interestingly, her elder sister Louise Bagshawe Mensch also happens to be a Chick-Lit author as well as a former conservative member of parliament. However, that said, Tilly Bagshawe is known to have attended a local and all girls Catholic school, The Woldingham School, located near her family home in Surrey and while there, she unexpectedly became pregnant at the age of 17 to the chagrin of the nuns in that school.
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Matilda Emily N. Bagshawe was born on 12 June in England, UK. She attended local all-girls Catholic schools near her family home in Surrey. She was a single mother at 17, but she won a place at Cambridge University and took Persephone, her ten-month-old baby daughter with her. As a journalist, she went on to enjoy a successful career in London, and contributed regularly to The Sunday Times, Daily Mail and Evening Standard, before turning her hand to novels.
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