JES­SICA FEL­LOWES

Town & Country (UK) - - CONTRIBUTORS – WINTER 2017 -

The au­thor ex­plores the im­pact of jazz on post-war Bri­tain (page 68). As Ju­lian Fel­lowes’ niece, she was per­fectly placed to write the of­fi­cial com­pan­ions to

Down­ton Abbey. Her de­but novel The Mit­ford Mur­ders, set in the home of the aris­to­cratic sis­ters, was pub­lished in September.

Your first mem­ory of snow ‘Build­ing a snowman in the park. My father is an artist and so the ef­forts were pretty good.’

A Christ­mas tra­di­tion ‘We lay our presents on dif­fer­ent chairs and so­fas be­fore leav­ing the room and re­turn­ing again singing “Good King Wences­las.”’

Your favourite book to curl up with ‘Nancy Mit­ford’s

Love in a Cold Cli­mate of course.’

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