Nicola Pryce writes novels set in Cornwall in the late eighteenth century. She trained as a nurse in St Bartholomew’s Hospital, has an Open University degree in humanities, and is a qualified library assistant and literacy support volunteer. She lives in the Blackdown Hills in Somerset with her husband and Border Terrier and together they sail the South coast of Cornwall in search of adventure.
Her debut novel ‘Pengelly’s Daughter’ was published in July 2016, ‘The Captain’s Girl’ in 2017 and ‘The Cornish Dressmaker’ in May 2018. She is published by Corvus Books.