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Publications for Linda Baxter
In 1990 Linda gave up teaching Modern Languages in order to write, but suffered a subarachnoid haemorrhage which damaged the language centre of her brain. She began the slow and arduous process of re-learning her mother tongue. In 1996, she and her husband moved to Pembrokeshire where Linda found the inspiration to write again. When her son Timo was murdered, writing became a release valve for her grief, pain and anger. Losing Timo is her first full-length published work.
"They killed our son just for the fun of it." London: June 1999: Hungerford Bridge. A haunting account of the events after the terrible night of the murder of the author's son. ( 2004) Full details
(Anthology, ed.Patricia Duncker; Janet Thomas)
In these 28 stories, by turns funny, touching and scary, Welsh women authors explore the turning points that can change a woman's life forever. (January 2007) Full details