| Margaret Hudson
10 April 1943 (age 72)
Bradford, Yorkshire, England, UK (1943-04-10) |
Romantic fiction, women's fiction
The Londoners, Magnolia Square, White Christmas in Saigon, The flower garden, The Violins of Autumn
Margaret Pemberton Wikipedia
Margaret Pemberton, née Hudson (born 10 April 1943), is a British writer of women's fiction since 1975. Beside her married name Margaret Pemberton, her writings have been published under her maiden name Maggie Hudson and the pseudonyms Carris Carlisle, Christina Harland, and Rebecca Dean.
A former chairman of the Romantic Novelists' Association (1989–91) she has written novels in many different genres; romantic suspense, historical sagas, contemporary sagas and crime. Having travelled extensively, her novels are set in many different parts of the world.
Pemberton was born Margaret Hudson on 10 April 1943 in Bradford, Yorkshire, England, daughter of Kathleen (Ramsden), an artist, and George Arthur Hudson, an architect.
Married with Mike Pemberton, she has five adult children and lives in Whitstable, Kent, with her husband, and two small dogs.
Pemberton was the fifteenth Chairman of the Romantic Novelists' Association from 1989 to 1991 and also served on the Crime Writers' Association Committee.