Caroline Clough was born and raised in Yorkshire but has lived in Scotland for 30 years. She was inspired to write her thrilling post-apocalyptic Red Fever series after living for many years in rural Aberdeenshire outside Turriff with her husband, two children, and a menagerie of pets. Her first novel for children, Red Fever, won the Kelpies Prize 2010, and its sequel, Black Tide, was shortlisted for a Scottish Children’s Book Award in 2013. She currently lives in London.
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