Essie Fox

Agent:  Isobel Dixon

Biography: Essie Fox lives in Windsor and Bow in the East End of London and is author of the Virtual Victorian blog. 

THE GODDESS AND THE THIEF (Orion, 2014) is Essie's latest book. 

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THE LAST DAYS OF LEDA GREY Literary Fiction, 288 pages Orion, Nov 2016 A bewitching novel about an enigmatic silent film actress, and the volatile love affair that left her a recluse for over half a century.

THE LAST DAYS OF LEDA GREY

Literary Fiction, 288 pages
Orion, Nov 2016

A bewitching novel about an enigmatic silent film actress, and the volatile love affair that left her a recluse for over half a century.

THE GODDESS AND THE THIEF Literary Fiction, 382 pages Orion - November 2014 A cursed diamond from the Raj, séances in Queen Victoria’s Windsor, madness, desire & a daring plot.   

THE GODDESS AND THE THIEF

Literary Fiction, 382 pages
Orion - November 2014

A cursed diamond from the Raj, séances in Queen Victoria’s Windsor, madness, desire & a daring plot. 
 

ELIJAH’S MERMAID Literary fiction Orion - September 2012 In this bewitching, sensual novel, Essie Fox has written another tale of obsessive love and betrayal, moving from the respectable worlds of Victorian art and literature, and into the shadowy demi-monde of brothels, asylums and freak show tents - a world in which nothing and no-one is quite what they seem to be.  

ELIJAH’S MERMAID

Literary fiction
Orion - September 2012

In this bewitching, sensual novel, Essie Fox has written another tale of obsessive love and betrayal, moving from the respectable worlds of Victorian art and literature, and into the shadowy demi-monde of brothels, asylums and freak show tents - a world in which nothing and no-one is quite what they seem to be.

 

THE SOMNAMBULIST Literary fiction Orion - May 5, 2011 Shortlisted for New Writer of the Year at National Book Awards Picked for the TV Book Club 2012 A dramatic Victorian mystery set in the music halls and docks of East London, and an isolated Herefordshire country house, dealing with themes of bigotry, loss and stolen lives. 'Vividly compelling, dark and dazzling.' -- Catherine Webb

THE SOMNAMBULIST

Literary fiction
Orion - May 5, 2011

Shortlisted for New Writer of the Year at National Book Awards
Picked for the TV Book Club 2012

A dramatic Victorian mystery set in the music halls and docks of East London, and an isolated Herefordshire country house, dealing with themes of bigotry, loss and stolen lives.

'Vividly compelling, dark and dazzling.' -- Catherine Webb