Mo Moulton is an established author and commentator on twentieth-century British history, and currently a senior lecturer in the history department of the University of Birmingham. Their previous book was the runner-up for the Royal History Society's 2015 Whitfield Prize. They live in Derbyshire.
Deeply researched, beautifully written . . . A gorgeous work - whose intense focus on women, their life-sustaining friendships, and their personal and professional desires echoes the very best of Sayers's novels An extraordinary book. . . Beautifully written, animated by a sense of quiet power and amazing ambition, this is essential reading for anyone interested in modern British history In this compelling book, Mo Moulton shows how four women with very different ways of expressing their genders and sexualities inspired and supported one another for decades. This moving account of their individual lives and collective bond is required reading, not only for Dorothy Sayers aficionados, but for anyone interested in queer lives and in the history of friendship