Caroline Davison

is an historian, writer and musician. Her novel The Pleasure Garden was published in 2006 by Piatkus. Her children's book The By-Mistake Guide to Norfolk was published in 2012. She is currently writing a non-fiction exploration of the visit Ralph Vaughan Williams made to King's Lynn in 1905, a week-long stay which had a profound impact on his subsequent work.

Caroline has previously worked as a teacher of English as a Foreign Language, a conservation officer, and a freelance historic environment consultant, advising on historic buildings and landscapes, and interpreting them through exhibitions and guides. She is Director of the Norfolk Archaeological Trust.

She also writes and performs music, and has been a singer in various bands and choirs since she was seventeen. Her singing highlight was performing backing vocals for Edwin Starr in his version of Primal Scream’s ‘Movin’ on up’ in the credits for the film Blue Juice

Caroline lives and works in Norfolk.