Louise Mangos grew up in rural Hertfordshire. After leaving school she studied business communications, but later set aside an administrative career to travel the world, gathering experiences to embellish her writing. She has attended creative and novel writing workshops in the US, France, Italy and Switzerland, and for the past few years has been writing fiction full time.
Her first novel STRANGERS ON A BRIDGE is a psychological thriller based in Switzerland, which was a finalist in the 2016 Exeter Novel Prize.
She has won several prizes for her short and long fiction and has had a story read out on BBC Radio.
When not writing, she can be found on her cross-country skis, on her bike, in her kayak, or painting at her easel, depending on the weather.
Louise lives in Switzerland with her Kiwi husband and two sons.
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