Sarah Hartley

Agent:  Juliet Pickering

Biography: Sarah Hartley has worked as a journalist for twenty years, and was an editor on The Times, The Daily Mail and until 2012 deputy editor of Review for The Mail on Sunday. Her first book, MRS P'S JOURNEY, (Simon and Schuster) explored the life of Phyllis Pearsall, the eccentric artist who in 1936 took a year to map 23,000 streets around London to create the first London A-Z.

Sarah now works as a communication consultant and lives in Primrose Hill.

As S L Hartley, she is working on her first novel - JUNIPER - a thriller set in London.

 

MRS P'S JOURNEY Biography, 352 pages. Pocket Books, March 2002.  The enchanting story of Phyllis Pearsall who covered London's 23,000 streets on foot during the course of one year to publish the first London A-Z map; the account of a strong, independent woman who has left behind an enduring legacy.  

MRS P'S JOURNEY

Biography, 352 pages.
Pocket Books, March 2002. 

The enchanting story of Phyllis Pearsall who covered London's 23,000 streets on foot during the course of one year to publish the first London A-Z map; the account of a strong, independent woman who has left behind an enduring legacy.