Bronwyn Gahan

Fiction, Humour, Mystery


Bronwyn Gahan spent a very happy childhood surrounded by bush in outer Western Sydney.

In 1971, she moved to London, remaining there for eight years, working and travelling in Britain, Europe and the Mediterranean.

She obtained a Bachelor of Education Degree from the University of London.

Bronwyn has enjoyed writing play scripts for students, travelling to New York and Tokyo and sharing with her daughter, a belief in environmentally responsible cat ownership.

Now retired, Bronwyn lives in the Blue Mountains, to be close again, to the bush she loves.



Books by Bronwyn Gahan

A Cat's Tale: of murderous mystery

A Cat's Tale: of murderous mystery

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Mr. Darcy, a cat with a splendid snowy-white cravat and an exceptionally sensitive tail, is rescued from Katoomba RSPCA Shelter by Elizabeth Bennett and her friend Charlotte Collins. With the aid of an (unknown) amanuensis, he invites us to grasp his paw and accompany him as he takes us on a journey back, into his dark and loveless past ...