Elizabeth Fiona Knox, ONZM, (born 15 February 1959, in Wellington, New Zealand) is an award-winning New Zealand writer. She has authored eight novels, an autobiographical trilogy of novellas, a fantasy duet for young adults, and a collection of essays. Her best known work is The Vintner's Luck, which won several awards, has been published in seven languages, and has been made into a film of the same name by Niki Caro.
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