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Anna Maxted - Author


Anna Maxted lives in London with her husband Phil and their two sons Oscar and Conrad. Anna read English at Cambridge and works as a freelance journalist. She is the author of three international bestselling novels, Getting Over It, Running In Heels and Behaving Like Adults.

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Being Committed by Anna Maxted
Being Committed
Anna Maxted
We have always been a fan of herâs style that tackles tricky problems with a light sensitive touch and deals in this novel with buried childhood trauma
Format: Paperback - Released: 03/02/2005

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