Jennifer Cahill has over seventeen years experience in personal development. In her novel, ‘One’, you can follow the escapades of a group of twenty-something singletons as they search for love, self-awareness and satisfaction in the city of London in the mid-noughties. The book was very much inspired by Jennifer’s own experiences of her twenties living in Clapham.
Sue Knight is an accomplished poet and dystopian short fiction writer. Her first full length novel ‘Waiting for Gordo’ is billed as an eco-thriller set in the Maldives. The book gives a vivid portrayal of the idyllic world of a remote island set up to cater for dive tourists, but underlying this utopia is foreboding that grows to terror.
Christopher Bardsley lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. He teaches literature and history, and has just published his debut novel ‘Jack was Here’ It’s a suspenseful, atmospheric thriller about a traumatised ex-soldier who is tasked with finding a backpacker who has mysteriously disappeared from the beaches of southern Thailand.
Ali Carter read art history at St Andrews, and has followed her passion to become a fine artist. Her first novel ‘A Brush with Death’ is the first in a new series introducing pet portraitist and amateur super-sleuth, Susie Mahl. It’s described as Agatha Christie meets Downton Abbey