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Ian McFadyen has published seven books in the Carmichael series so far. He is particular well-supported by library borrowers – being positioned in the top 10% of most loaned authors in the last few years. His latest in the gripping DI Carmichael series is ‘Blood on His Hands’
Christine Poulson has lectured in art history, and is the author of several novels and works of non-fiction, including the Cassandra James series. The third book in her Kate Flanagan series is now out. ‘An Air That Kills’ is about a flu pandemic that has the potential to kill billions, so scientist Kate goes undercover as a lab technician.
Dale Neal is a hairdresser who has just published his first anthology of verse for children ‘My Socks have gone Bonkers’ He wanted to bridge the gap between hairdresser and children’s poet – there’s a verse called Vidal Baboon!
Bruce Harris is now retired after spending his career working as a secondary school teacher, then an education researcher. More recently, he has published three short story collections, and three poetry collections, and has a list of awards for both. His debut novel ‘Howell Grange’ is a family saga set in the north of England during a 19th century mining disaster.