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Rebecca Stott on 'Ghostwalk' 23 Mar 2007
Rebecca Stott
Rebecca Stott’s first novel Ghostwalk is set in present-day Cambridge, but entangled with the seventeenth century. It is at once a ghost story, a love story and a four hundred year old murder mystery in which Isaac Newton is a suspect.

Rebecca Stott was raised in a large Plymouth Brethren community and is now a Professor of English Literature at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. She joins Jane Little to discuss her work and her uprbringing.

Ghostwalk by Rebecca Stott is published by Weidenfeld and Nicolson: ISBN-10: 0297851365

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