Lelita Baldock is an award-winning author of historical fiction.

Lelita's novel The Baker's Secret Is OUT NOW through Storm Publishing as part of a two book deal in January 2024. Grab your copy now through Amazon.

Born and raised in Australia, Lelita holds a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English Literature and History, from the University of Adelaide, making the transition to author of historical fiction a natural fit.

She loves all things reading and writing, and when not researching and laying down words for a novel can be found with a good book and an icy white wine in hand. Read more...

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The Baker's Secret


In Nazi-occupied Latvia, two sisters are forced to make an impossible choice. To save a child, one sister must flee, while the other must stay behind. The secret of what happens next will endure for generations. But the truth won’t stay hidden forever…

An emotional and heartbreaking tale of sacrifice, courage and love that spotlights the resilience of women in the Second World War. Perfect for readers of Kristin Hannah, Fiona Valpy and Kelly Rimmer.

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Reckoning of Rheged: book three, is it the end?

12 Sep 2023

The Reckoning of Rheged is the stunning third novel in Maria Johnson's beautiful trilogy about Daniel and his journey through Dark Ages England. But will it be the last?


The Village People Spy

12 Apr 2023

I am through to round two in the NYC Midnight Short Story Challenge 2023. Not only that - my entry came top in my group. Here's the entry (language warning)


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