Judith Kinghorn was born in Northumberland, England, and lived and worked in London for a number of years, formerly as a director of Megalomedia plc and managing director of Graduate Appointments. Judith was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and nominated a Woman of the Year before giving up her career to focus on her family and her writing. She lives in Hampshire, England.
Judith’s début novel, The Last Summer, was published in the UK, British Commonwealth countries and Canada by Headline/Hachette in April 2012, and in the USA by NAL/Penguin Random House in January 2013. Her second novel, The Memory of Lost Senses, was published in the UK, British Commonwealth countries and Canada in May 2013 and will be published in the USA and in Germany in 2014. Her novels have so far been translated to German (Die Sommertänzerin), Italian (L’Ultima Estate a Deyning Park), Spanish (Un Verano Que Nunca Volverá) and French (L’été des Secrets).