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Katherine Pargeter

Born in Kavala in Greece to English parents, Katherine moved to London in the early nineties to study Sculpture at St. Martin's College. After graduating however, she lived in Camden and wrote for Sounds (amongst others), about the growing music scene. Her first book "Darklife - the rise and fall of Britpop' dealt with the murkier sides of the music industry.

She has since returned to Greece where she now lives with her two cats Damon and Jarvis.

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Everything You Needed to Know About Your Lodger But Were Too Afraid To Ask 10.10.2017
Salt n' Sgt. Pepper 06.03.2017

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