Judith Summers

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Judith Summers is the author of four novels and a prize-winning non-fiction book, Soho, A History of London’s Most Colourful Neighbourhood. Born and brought up in London, she studied Fine Art in Bristol and Manchester, and trained as a film editor with the BBC. After becoming a tourist guide, she discovered a passion for historical research. She has written widely on London. Her latest book is My Life with George, Surviving Life with the King of the Canines.

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