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  1. Frances Victoria Osborne (née Howell) is an English author. She has written two biographies and one novel. She was the first wife of George Osborne, the former Chancellor of the Exchequer. Osborne's first biography, Lilla's Feast, tells the story of her great-grandmother's life and was published by Doubleday in September 2004.

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  2. Frances Osborne was born in London and studied philosophy and modern languages at Oxford University. She is the author of two biographies; Lilla's Feast and The Bolter: Idina Sackville. Her first historical novel, Park Lane, will be published Summer 2012.

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    • February 18, 1969
  3. Frances Osborne is a barrister turned investment research analyst, turned journalist and now author. Her second biography, The Bolter (2008), was shortlisted for Best Read in Britain, was a Sunday Times No. 1 bestseller and one of The San Francisco Chronicle’s Best Books of the Year.

  4. 'Frances Osborne's Park Lane, a gripping story about two young women, one a housemaid, on the youngest daughter of the house, captures brilliantly how the outbreak of war and the changing attitudes towards women affected social relationships.'

  5. Frances Osborne is the author of three books, all published in the UK and US. Her first biography, Lilla's Feast (2004), has been translated into six languages and is a Kiriyama Prize Notable Book.

  6. Frances Osborne is the best-selling author of three books: two biographies, and a novel. The Bolter: Idina Sackville – the woman who scandalised 1920’s society and became White Mischief’s infamous seductress was an international bestseller.

  7. 10 de sept. de 2009 · In “The Bolter” Frances Osborne, Idina’s great-granddaughter, creates a vivid portrait of her scandalous ancestor and her relationships with family members, while conjuring a vanished world...