Fiona McIntosh

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Fiona writes best selling historical adventure-romance alongside the heroic-romantic, often brutal, fantasy she built her career upon. She lives in Australia but frequently roams the world meticulously researching the locations and gathering material for her historical novels that have international settings. Her books are published worldwide and in various languages.
Her most recent historical fiction has gathered such a following that she is now hosting a tour in 2014 to Paris and Provence so eager readers can walk in the footsteps of her characters.


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MCINTOSH-5074I feel I too must leap into the abyss of despair that the Australian Productivity Commission created recently over copyright legislation. In a double kick in the guts for Australian writers, the Commission is firstly supporting the strategy that any country should have the right to dump books on the Australian market. As well, it wants to severely limit a writer’s ability to continue to earn from

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“I've told you before, Salmeo, you may be more woman than man but you cannot think like one of us.”
Fiona McIntosh, Emissary

“The waltz was the only way a young couple could touch one another, and even through gloves I could feel the heat of your grandfather's touch,'she'd tell Luc, with a wicked glimmer in her eye.”
Fiona McIntosh, The Lavender Keeper

“Then they had a day together in Melbourne and Jenny stayed in her first hotel, with Luc sparing no expense and treating her to the Windsor for the night. Here, Jenny experienced a luxury that had her wide-eyed, where men in their fine uniform of burgundy jackets, trimmed with gold, fussed around them and suggested an afternoon tea like never before. Luc couldn’t help but grin to see his daughter engulfed in a leather chair, near the huge arched picture windows that fronted Spring Street, choosing cucumber sandwiches and beautiful little cakes and pastries from a silver tiered cake stand.”
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