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Henrietta McKervey

Henrietta McKervey has written three novels. In Violet Hill, a World War I era private detective and a Met Police Super Recogniser work the same case a hundred years apart. The Heart of Everything explores the world of three estranged adult children forced to reunite when their mother mysteriously disappears. It was an Irish Times Book Club choice. Her debut novel, What Becomes Of Us, is set in 1966, at the fiftieth anniversary of the Easter Rising. She has a Hennessy Award and was the inaugural winner of the UCD Maeve Binchy Travel Award. She regularly speaks at book festivals. 
 
Born in Belfast, she now lives in Dublin.
 
Agent: Margaret Halton

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