Peter May was an award-winning journalist at the age of 21. He left newspapers for television and screenwriting, creating three prime time British drama series. His novels have sold several million copies worldwide as well as winning numerous awards. ‘The Man with No Face’ was originally published in 1981 and is set in the 70’s after Britain had just committed to the European Union. It carries a timely political relevance as we become immersed in the turmoil of Brexit debates…
Emma Healey is a former bookseller who worked for two libraries, two bookshops, two art galleries, and two universities, before going on to study Creative Writing. Her first novel ‘Elizabeth is Missing’ won the Costa First Novel Award in 2014, and was a Sunday Times Bestseller. Her new novel is ‘Whistle in the Dark’
Rachel Burge works as a freelance writer who is fascinated by Norse mythology. Her novel ‘The Twisted Tree’ is set in the remote snows of Norway. It’s a ghost story that twists and turns, and is already a number 1 bestseller as an ebook.
John Mead worked in education most of his life with vulnerable teenagers, many of whom had a mental illness. His novel ‘The Fourth Victim’ is set in Whitechapel and looks at three deaths, with two grieving families.