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Imogen Edwards-Jones is a journalist and writer of twenty novels including the bestselling Babylon series. After studying Russian at Bristol she travelled extensively within the old Soviet Union, studying further in Kiev. Based on real events, her latest novel ‘The Witches of St Petersburg’ is set when the Russian Empire is on the verge of collapse, and two sisters introduced Rasputin into the Russian Court…
David Nolan is a multi award-winning author, television producer and crime reporter. He has written a dozen books including ‘Tell the Truth’ and ‘Shame the Devil’, the true story of the largest historic abuse case ever mounted by Greater Manchester Police. He presented a BBC Radio 4 documentary based on the book called The Abuse Trial. His debut novel ‘Black Moss’ is set in April 1990 when rioters took over Strangeways prison
Lynda Haddock worked as an English teacher, a headteacher, and a local authority officer responsible for educating pupils who were experiencing difficulties with their lives. Her YA debut novel ‘Ellen Lives On’ offers support and escape for those coping with parental suicide. The book is set in 1971 in the early years of feminism, which we see through a young girls eyes.