Rebecca Mascull is the author of three historical novels and also writes saga fiction under the pen-name Mollie Walton.
Her first novel THE VISITORS (2014) tells the story of Adeliza Golding, a deaf-blind child living on her father’s hop farm in Victorian Kent. Her second novel SONG OF THE SEA MAID (2015) is set in the 18th century and concerns an orphan girl who becomes a scientist and makes a remarkable discovery.
Her third novel, THE WILD AIR (2017) is about a shy Edwardian girl who learns to fly and becomes a celebrated aviatrix but the shadow of war is looming. All are published by Hodder & Stoughton.
Rebecca is now a full-time writer and had previously worked in education. She has a Masters in Writing and lives by the sea in the East of England.