Wendy Holden has written more than 30 non-fiction titles, including many international bestsellers. Most feature strong, inspirational women, from Born Survivors, the story of three mothers who hid their pregnancies from the Nazis to Tomorrow to Be Brave, about the only woman in the French Foreign Legion.
Wendy has ghosted numerous autobiographies of remarkable women, including Goldie Hawn, Barbara Sinatra, Patricia Gucci and Deana Martin, and written books with war heroes, a pioneering female police officer, a brave paraplegic and mother, and the memoirs of several public figures.
She was previously a respected journalist, and her first novel, The Sense of Paper, was critically acclaimed. Her second, The Cruelty of Beauty will be published later this year.