Justine Hardy has spent much of the past fifteen years based in India as a writer, journalist and documentary maker. She has worked and written for papers ranging from the Australian via the Indian Express to the Financial Times. Her first book, The Ochre Border was about the reopening of the Tibetan frontierlands. Her second, Scoop wallah: Life on a Delhi Daily was shortlisted for the Thomas Cook Travel Award. Other books include Goat:A Story of Kashmir and Notting Hill and Bollywood Boy, about the high-octane world of the Hindi film industry. The Wonder House is her first novel.
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