Margaret was born in India and started writing as the bombs rained down on Calcutta, “Mainly plays, to keep us kids occupied,” she says.
Later, in England, she had articles published in ‘She’, ‘Parents’, and twice in the Bristol Evening Post.
When living five thousand feet up on Kilimanjaro, Margaret started writing her autobiography and also a biography of the famous Margarete Trappe. She now lives in Spain and concentrates on short stories. p32, 51, 63