Angela Marks was born and brought up in Exeter. She moved to Bath in 1971 and lived there for almost thirty years, before moving back to Devon in 2000.
Beside singing in St John’s church, Bathwick, choir, she was Treasurer for the Bathwick Silver Jubilee Association, and joined Bath Light Operatic Society, where she also served as a cast member for several shows, and later as their Wardrobe Mistress.
She worked as an administrator for Bath Preservation Trust, and as a publisher of books on dyslexia, before turning to writing for The Bath Chronicle for a number of years. This included a column of her own, and TV and theatre reviews. She also served as a councillor for four years on Bath City Council.
She has also been Chairman of Hillside Hall Community Association, Chairman of Governors of a local school, Chairman of the local Townswomen’s Guild, and Chairman of the Local History Society.
She has three children, five grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Perhaps a Jealous Foe
The action begins in 2000 with Louise looking at her past. Then it moves back to 1970, where Louise has everything a contemporary woman could ask for: a loving husband, two children, a beautiful home, a good social life. The family is comfortably off, and while her life is circumscribed by her domes...