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Andrew Baker

Andrew is the editor of the Weekend section of The Daily Telegraph.   'Where Am I and Who's Winning?' is his first book...read more

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Louis Barfe

Louis Barfe (the one on the left) is an internationally recognised expert on all aspects of the entertainment industry....read more

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Susie Boniface

Lillys Miles was the pseudonym for Susie, a tabloid journalist and blogger, whose online confessions of personal, marital and...read more

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Adam Macqueen

Adam Macqueen writes for Private Eye and many other major  publications. He is also a regular broadcaster on Radio...read more

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Ian Marchant

Ian has written fiction but now concentrates on non-fiction and is a frequent broadcaster on Radio 4 and a stage performer...read more

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Geoff Marshall

Geoff is a freelance video producer making transport films for Londonist and his own YouTube channel...read more

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Tony Booth

Tony Booth’s new book, Hitler’s Harlots, will tell for the first time the true story of the Berlin-based brothel Salon Kitty...read more

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Bill Broady

Bill's first novel was 'Swimmer' (Flamingo), a striking, supple and direct novel.  It tells the story of a girl who, having hidden...read more

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Michael Carson

Michael Carson was born in post-war Wallasey and was brought up as a devout Catholic.  He is well known for his Benson trilogy...read more

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Amal Chatterjee

Amal has written for a range of audiences, on a variety of subjects, has written plays and has published history, fiction and...read more

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Anthea Church

Anthea’s novel'Fire-Fly', (Minerva Press 1995) was voted novel of the week by The Evening Standard. A complex book...read more

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Kirkland Ciccone

Kirkland's new novel for children is 'Bubblegum and Brimstone'.​  Birdie Easton is a teenage witch with a lot of problems...read more

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Katherine Clements

 'The vibrant new voice of historical fiction' (Suzannah Dunn).

​Katherine Clements' stunning debut conjures...read more

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Maria McCann

Maria McCann is primarily a historical novelist whose novels explore power struggles, denial, obsession and self-deception...read more

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Sam Meekings

Sam's remarkable debut novel 'Under Fishbone Clouds' tells the story of the lifelong love between the peasant boy Hou Jinyi and...read more

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Jane Menczer

Set in London before the First World War, Jane Menczer's novel 'An Unlikely Agent' is narrated by Margaret Trant, who...read more

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Katie Hutton

Katie is Irish and lives in Carrara, between the Apuan Alps and the Tyrrhenian Sea, with her Italian husband and...read more

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Chris Neilan

Chris Neilan is an award-winning author, screenwriter and filmmaker.  He was shortlisted for the 2016 Sundance...read more

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Ben Pedroche

Ben’s books about London history include Do Not Alight Here, London’s Lost Power Stations and Gasworks' and...read more

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Vicki Pipe

Vicki is a museum education professional by trade but also an artist and improviser and often finds these things join together nicely.​..read more

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Rose Collis

Rose Collis is a multi-media writer, alternative historian and performer. Her work includes biography, journalism, theatre...read more

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Stephan Collishaw

Stephan's latest novel is 'A Child Called Happiness'(Legend). Three days after arriving in Zimbabwe, Natalie discovers...read more

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Terry Darlington

After the immense success of his first two travel memoirs, 'Narrow Dog to Carcassonn' and 'Narrow Dog to Indian River'...read more

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Lilian Pizzichini

Lilian's books include the award-winning 'Dead Men's Wages' and the acclaimed biography of Jean Rhys 'The Blue Hour'...read more

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Audrey Reimann

Audrey is a supremely talented writer of historical fiction. Ebury acquired her five-novel backlist and will also be acquiring her future work...read more

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Simon Rowbottom

When the pop group The Boo Radleys split up in 1999 after ten years of international fame and success their lead singer, Sice...read more

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Leaf Fielding

Nigel ‘Leaf’ Fielding was one of the drug-dealers jailed as a result of 1977’s famous Operation Julie, celebrated by The Clash in...read more

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Patricia Ferguson

Pat's first three novels were  published by Deutsch.  Her first book, 'Family Myths and Legends', won the Betty Trask, David Higham...read more

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Jude Fisher

Born in Scotland and educated in England, Jude has lived most of his adult life abroad, in Europe and the United States...read more

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Trisha Sakhlecha

Trisha Sakhlecha grew up in New Delhi and lives in London.  She works  is a graduate of the acclaimed Faber Academy writing course...read more

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Kirsty Scott

Kirsty has worked for The Guardian

and teaches creative writing.  Her first novel, 'Mother's Day', was a best-seller...read more

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Charlotte Seager

Charlotte Seager lives in London with her partner David and her cat Ruby. She grew up in the Suffolk countryside and moved to London...read more

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George Gould

George Gould's childhood was misspent largely in south London, with a formative sojourn in Brussels. After reaping honours at...read more

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Elizabeth Haynes

Elizabeth Haynes was working as a police intelligence analyst when she started writing fiction thanks to the annual challenge of...read more

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Michael Irwin

Michael is a Professor of English Literature at the University of Canterbury.  He has had several novels published...read more

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Frances Kay

Frances graduated in 1970 and has since worked with children and prisoners, and taught creative writing at Master's level...read more

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Rachael McGill

‘Rachael writes with a rhythm and honesty that weave poetry from the prosaic’   Time Out.

​Rachael's novel...read more

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Rupert Smith

Rupert Smith is the author of many works of fiction and non-fiction across several different genres. He won the Stonewall Writer...read more

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Hannah Tovey

Hannah is from South Wales, but grew up in Hong Kong. She graduated from Faber Academy in 2018, after completing...read more

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Rupert Smith

Rupert Smith is the author of many works of fiction and non-fiction across several different genres. He won the Stonewall Writer...read more

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Allison Vale

Allison Vale has written more than a dozen books, many of which have indulged a fascination with the obscured lives of women...read more

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Elizabeth Woodcraft

Elizabeth's first two crime novels were published by HarperCollins. Her third and fourth novels, set in the 1960s, are published by Bonnier...read more