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Martyn Waites trained at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama, and went on to play both policemen and villains in shows like Inspector Morse and The Bill. He has enjoyed commercial success with books written under the pseudonym of Tania Carver, which have sold over 190,000 copies. His latest novel (as Martyn Waites) is ‘The Old Religion’, a contemporary British rural crime thriller, based on a true story
S. Block (Simon) is the creator and writer behind the Home Fires TV series, watched by over 6 million viewers. He is a BAFTA award-winning writer who has worked on TV shows like New Tricks, Hotel Babylon, and Lewis. His debut novel ‘Keep the Home Fires Burning’ picks up where the second series of the TV show ended, to the dismay of fans, who launched a petition and media campaign to bring the show back!
Garry Waite moved from the UK to Spain in 1986. A hotelier by profession, he has been a consultant to the catering industry, as well as a serial restaurateur, mainly on the Costa del Sol, and written food articles and restaurant reviews for various newspapers and magazines. Spain was the inspiration for his debut novel ‘The Warm War’, originally published in 1997. Now republished, the action takes place in the mid 90’s mainly in Marbella and Puerto Banus.