The Times Educational Supplement reviewer wrote: "In THE TIME TREE, the child's logic is pertinent and touching, and the theme of deafness beautifully apt: If you can't hear anything, it might be difficult to believe you were there at all." The Bookseller FOR MARITSA WITH LOVE. An unusual and powerful novel that explores the dark underside of Paris’ beautiful façade; a moving and engrossing work about vulnerability and hope The Guardian Richemont’s novel FOR MARITSA WITH LOVE ... does not shirk the issues of refugees and prejudice. It is a terrific page-turner.”
—The Bokseller/ The Guardian/ The Times Educational Supplement
I was first published in my early twenties - short stories for magazines. Very much later, and after I'd had two children, my first children's book, THE TIME TREE, was published by Walker Books, and now, many years later, it's being developed and pitched as a...