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8:02am 19th February 2012

Judy Finnegan is making Cornwall the setting of her new novel.

It is a modern day ghost story.

She and husband Richard live in Talland Bay.

He tells Pirate FM the book is already with the publishers: "It's a haunting, kind of Daphne Du Maurier-esque novel which obviously I'd say I like it but I do. If I didn't I'd dodge around the subject because I'd be embarrassed, but it's brilliant".

8:02am 19th February 2012

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