Anna Dean

Anna Dean was born in Cumberland (now part of Cumbria) in England in 1956. She moved to the Midlands as a child but as she grew older she became determined to return to the Lake District and, after a few years living in Wales, she moved back to Cumbria in 1984. She lives near Ambleside with her husband.Dean has worked as an assistant to a psychologist; she has worked for the National Trust; she has taught Creative Writing and worked for the Wordsworth Trust at Grasmere in the Lake District; and she has an MA in Creative Writing."Anna Dean" is a pen name adopted for the Dido Kent series of historical crime novels set in the Regency period – the time of Jane Austen.Under her ‘real name’, Marian Veevers, she published an historical novel, 'Bloodlines' in 1996.


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