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‘The only badgers I ever get to see are dead ones.’

‘Well, if you keep seeing dead ones, their family can’t be far away.’

This throwaway conversation niggled, leading Caroline Greville to seek out her own neighbourhood badgers near her Kent home. She found them and was soon well-acquainted – so too were most of her family. A sense of interconnectedness developed as they had more badger contact than they could have hoped for.

Badger Clan charts a simple quest that turns into a full-blown obsession. From loitering near a sett to working as local contact for a regional badger group, this memoir tells of wild encounters and gradual, intimate knowledge of the local clan.

The story is rooted in rural village life, while the family are honestly depicted and relatable. A feel-good read in which enthusiast and elusive creature become inextricably bound.

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Badger Clan: My Badgers and Other Family

Paperback, 21/02/2019, £9.99
£8.99
‘The only badgers I ever get to see are dead ones.’ ‘Well, if you keep seeing dead ones, their family can’t be far away.’ This throwaway conversation niggled, leading Caroline Greville to seek out her own neighbourhood badgers near her Kent home. She found them and was soon well-acquainted – so too were most of her family. A sense of interconnectedness developed as they had more badger contact than they could have hoped for. Badger Clan charts a simple quest that turns into a full-blown obsession. From loitering near a sett to working as local contact for a regional badger group, this memoir tells of wild encounters and gradual, intimate knowledge of the local clan. The story is rooted in rural village life, while the family are honestly depicted and relatable. A feel-good read in which enthusiast and elusive creature become inextricably bound.

Gospel Voices

Paperback, 14/03/2020, £9.99
£8.99
This book is a collection of short stories told from the viewpoints of characters found in the gospel narratives. Caroline Greville brings a fresh understanding to these familiar stories, offering the reader plausible settings, dialogue, and characterization. About the Author Caroline Greville is a lecturer in Creative and Professional Writing at Canterbury Christ Church University and has a PhD in narrative non-fiction. As well as teaching on the BA and MA programs, she runs regular workshops for writers in Kent and at the Canterbury Festival. Pre-order: 14th March 2020
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