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Susanna Gross

Susanna Gross has been the literary editor of The Mail on Sunday since 1999.[1] She was born in London and educated at the University of York. She previously worked as an editor at the Daily Mail, was features editor of Harper’s Bazaar and was deputy editor of The Week.

She is also a keen bridge player. She has been bridge columnist for The Spectator since 2000, and has played for England twice on the England Women’s Bridge team.[2]

The daughter of literary critic and writer John Gross and of literary editor Miriam Gross, she is married to the novelist and critic John Preston. Her brother Tom Gross is a journalist and international affairs commentator, specializing in the Middle East.


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