Walker, Fiona

Fiona Walker (1969 -) narrowly escaped being called Mopsa, after a shepherdess in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale. An early rider and Pony Club attendee, she said: 'From the moment I spotted a fat Thelwell pony through a gateway and screamed "yes please, please, please!" I lived to ride. Throughout early childhood, I thought true love was four-legged.' She moved on from Jill to Jilly Cooper, read Theatre Studies at university, started working in advertising, and then began to write. With eight novels now behind her, she lives with her partner Sam, a dressage coach, in Somerset and together they run Dovecote Stables.

Several of her books are set in the horse world, including the only one I’ve read: Well Groomed. It’s an eventing story, and is a fun read, though the characters vacillate maybe a hundred or so pages too long for comfort.

Finding the books
Easy. All are still in print.

Sources and links
Fiona Walker’s website

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