Who is Deborah Swift?
Deborah Swift is an English teacher and writer of historical fiction. Before she was an author, Swift worked as a set and costume designer for various theatres and TV. It was after she took an MA in Creative Writing at Lancaster University she took up the life she has now. Swift states on her website that writing historical fiction was a natural choice for her. This is because she enjoys the research side of the projects and the excuse to visit old and interesting buildings.
Deborah Swift sas also written as Davina Blake, first published as Blake in 2014 with Past Encounters. The first of her World War Two Sagas trilogy.
Currently living in the Lake District in England as a full-time writer and blogger on her website.
1955 in London
Historical Fiction, Literature
The Lady’s Slipper (2010)
Published by St. Martin’s Griffin
3.78 out of 5 on Goodreads
Swift’s latest book, The Silk Code, published in May 2023 was the beginnings of her newest book series – WW2 Secret Agent. You can read the review for that right here.
The Silk Code (2023)
WW2 Secret Agent #1
112,375 words, 352 pages, 43 chapters 7hrs and 30mins to read
Published by HQ Fiction GB
4.46 out of 5 on Goodreads
Below you can find out more about the book series that Deborah Swift has done and the best reading order for them.
Providence, she thought. The Lord sees our need and provides.”
― Deborah Swift, The Silkworm Keeper
Want to Know More?
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Photo taken from her Goodreads profile