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Sandra Howard

Sandra Howard was one of the leading fashion models of the 1960s, appearing on the cover of American Vogue two months running. She worked as a freelance journalist alongside modelling before turning to novel writing. She continues to write regularly for the press.

Her four novels, Glass Houses, Ursula’s Story, A Matter of Loyalty and Ex- Wives are available in paperback. Tell the Girl will be published in 2014. Sandra has also just begun writing a new novel, a fictionalised, semi-autobiographical story about the sixties and the present day.

Sandra is actively involved with two national charities. She is a trustee of Addaction, a charity helping people to fight drug and alcohol addiction, and Vice President of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE).

She speaks and writes on a variety of subjects including food, travel, fashion and political life.

Sandra has three adult children and is married to the former British Conservative Party Leader Michael Howard. They live in London and Kent.

 

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A MATTER OF LOYALTY

When a bomb goes off in London’s West End, Home Secretary Victoria Osborne has a desperate sense of having failed in her duty to protect the public. A young Muslim reporter, Ahmed Khan – on the staff of a national newspaper edited by Victoria’s husband – also has a deep-seated sense of anger and responsibility. He persuades his editor to let him go back amongst childhood friends in Leeds to try to glean anything – any lead, any clue – that might help prevent further bombs. When Ahmed meets Victoria’s daughter, Nattie, at a party, he cannot get her out of his mind. They begin seeing each other. As he turns over stones in his hometown and finds out uncomfortable facts, his involvement with Nattie has everyone alarmed. He continues to see her and keep in touch with a group of potential terrorists. Knowing something catastrophic is being planned, Ahmed fears for Nattie’s safety and becomes obsessively determined to thwart it…

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PUBLISHER: Simon & Schuster

PUBLICATION DATE: March 2009

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URSULA’S STORY

 

How do you deal with the end of a marriage when you are the partner who is left in the lurch? This is what happens to Ursula but, beyond the heartbreak, she must deal with the break up of the relationship being played out endlessly in the tabloids. Ursula’s story opens on the day of her ex-husband William’s wedding. The press are on the phone to her at six in the morning, asking her to share her innermost feelings. ‘No comment’, is all she can manage. Her three children, particularly the two youngest, cannot restrain their excitement. After all, it isn’t every day that their father marries a government minister and the Prime Minister and half the Cabinet are invited. But Ursula, herself embarked on a shaky new affair with a local man, sees how hard their daughter Jessie has taken the shake-up. Her father’s secret favourite, she has put up walls, closed doors. But are these defences strong enough to protect a ten-year-old child?

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PUBLISHER: Simon & Schuster

PUBLICATION DATE: September 2007

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GLASS HOUSES

 

It is the Sunday after a General Election and Victoria James is awaiting a call from Downing Street. Part of her is desperate for the phone to ring, part of her is willing it to remain silent.

At lunchtime – as confidently predicted by the political press – she received the summons. High office awaits her: it is to be Junior Minister for Housing. Life as she knows it, for her, her husband Barney and their 16-year-old daughter Nattie, will never be quite the same. From the outset, Victoria knows the professional challenges ahead, that her political mettle will be tested to its utmost, that as a young attractive female Minister she will be living firmly in the public eye. But nothing has prepared her for a love affair that throws her completely off-balance, a love affair with a married man so well known in media circles that it can only be a matter of time before everyone knows their secret…

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PUBLISHER: Simon & Schuster

PUBLICATION DATE: September 2006

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EX-WIVES

 

Kate Nichols had been married just two years when her art dealer husband crashed his plane and died. A year on, still overwhelmed by grief, she meets and falls in love with documentary film-maker, Richard Marshall. Richard is a divorced father of two and still very involved with his bi-polar ex-wife, but despite these difficulties, Kate’s feeling for him are intense and her old wounds begin to heal. Meanwhile, as her father battles with the final stages of terminal cancer, Kate’s divorced mother has fallen in love with another man, Ben Townsend. Kate warms to Ben, but she is suspicious about his business activities. When Kate eventually discovers the truth, she is devastated to learn that Ben and her mother will have to flee the country for their own safety. Unable to share this secret with Richard, and increasingly insecure about Richard’s commitment to her, Kate must live with the burden of knowing that she stands to lose both her father and then her mother.

 

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PUBLISHER: Simon & Schuster

PUBLICATION DATE: 11 April 2012

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TELL THE GIRL

Married four times, Susannah Forbes had a starry career as a top model.  Now, with an instinctive eye for colour and design, she finds herself in constant demand as an interior designer.  Offered a commission by a recently divorced American to make over his lavish Long Island home, Susannah accepts, bringing as her assistant young divorcee Daisy Mitchell. Taking off from Heathrow, Susannah is transported back to a time when, at the height of her modelling career, she lived in New York.  She is walking down Madison Avenue, calling in on ad offices, being hired for exotic, back-breaking shoots. She is posing in Vogue’s studios, being photographed by America’s big names: Penn, Avedon, Stern.  She is in California, with Sinatra and friends, mixing with Marilyn Monroe, Bob Hope, Ella Fitzgerald. She relives her Washington weekends, spending time with JFK and Jackie. Weaving together a fascinating past and a present full of emotional turmoil, Sandra Howard draws us into a world she knew so well, of glamour, style and high society, but where, below the surface, extravagence, insecurity and infidelity run rife.

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Publication Date: 7th July 2014

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