In this intimate interview best-selling author Barbara Taylor Bradford chats with RT Senior Historical Reviewer Kathe Robin about her incredible writing career. They discuss the author's beloved heroine Emma, the evolution of her popular series and what inspired the author to write about women of "substance".
We also got a chance to speak with Barbara Taylor Bradford earlier this month about her October release, Playing the Game, and she shared these details about her newest novel:
Set in New York and London, its about a woman in the art business. She's a consultant and an art historian. Its about her life, her very difficult life in many ways, and her difficult marriage. Its also about art forgeries and famous painters being copied, but so well done they've been sold for a lot of money. Its about her life, about a strong woman in a different world - the world of art. I've enjoyed writing this book because it is a new world. I've had to do a lot of research, but it is a special world on its own and the thing about art forgery is that it does bring a lot of mystery and suspense to the story.
You can pick up your own copy of Playing the Game now available in bookstores.