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The publishing pair who switched to writing

17 April 2014 Last updated at 19:54 BST

Antonia Hodgson and Luke Brown are no strangers to the world of publishing despite being-first time novelists.

They both worked as publishing editors before switching sides to pen their debuts.

They talk to the BBC's Nick Higham about their very different books.

Antonia Hodgson's The Devil in Marshalsea is set in a debtors' prison and Luke Brown writes about the publishing world in My Biggest Lie.

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