Andrea Sarginson

Andrea lives in Greater Manchester and since 2012 has been an Authorised Lay Minister in the Manchester Diocese.

She first trained as a nurse, midwife and operating theatre nurse teacher, and later as an art historian with interests in Christian art and stained glass. She approached retirement combining both art and medicine as an associate of the Arts for Health Department at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Creative writing has become an interest since she retired, considering the interaction between faith, medicine and art – themes  explored in her novel Man of Glass.

 

 

Books by Andrea Sarginson

  • Man of Glass

    Andrea Sarginson

    It’s spring 1349 and a terrible plague is spreading like wildfire across England. Dreading its arrival, gifted young glazing apprentice Amalric despairs of the Church’s response and his village’s rampant superstition – but even he cannot deny the ominous portents that seem to abound...

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