Jesper Stein is Denmark’s third bestselling author. He previously worked as a culture journalist, interviewing authors such as John le Carre, Ian Rankin, Margaret Atwood and Ian McEwan, before making his literary debut in 2012 with ‘Unrest’, the first in the Axel Steen series. His books have sold over 250,000 copies in Denmark and won a number of literary prizes. A film is currently in the making, and the book is now published in English
Matthew Crow has worked as a freelance journalist since his teens, and has written books for adults and Young Adults. His book ‘My Dearest Jonah’ was nominated for the Dylan Thomas Prize. His latest book ‘Baxter’s Requiem’ is a glorious celebration of life, love, and seizing every last second we have while we’re here.
Kathryn Hughes’ first novel ‘The Letter’ was a digital number 1 and international bestseller. Her third novel ‘The Key’ is a powerful, twisting novel that you wont be able to put down. It’s set in 1956 and 2006
Amelia Mandeville is a prolific YouTuber and one half of The Mandeville Sisters. Her debut novel ‘Every Colour of You’ is a love story with a difference, that is both heart-breaking and heart-healing