Hannah is an author, filmmaker, philanthropist and business woman who lives in London. A self-confessed culture-O-holic, she can’t walk past a bookshop or museum without going in. Most of the time, she tries to act normally most of the time. Her first book, ‘The Baroness’ was about her great aunt, Nica who supported a generation of jazz musicians and loved one above all others: the late great Thelonious Monk. Her first novel ‘The Improbability of Love’, a caper set in the art world featuring a talking painting won the Everyman Bollinger PG Wodehouse prize for best comic novel in 2015 and was runner up to the Bailley’s Women Prize. ‘House of Trelawney’ tells the story of an aristocratic Cornish family fallen on hard times who get embroiled in the 2008 crash with disastrous consequences. Her ambition is to devote more time to writing and less to her day job but then if she didn’t get out and about in the world, where would her inspiration come from?Read more Read less
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