Parker BilalParker Bilal

Parker Bilal is the pen-name of Jamal Mahjoub. Born in London and brought up in Khartoum, Sudan, Mahjoub originally trained as a geologist and has written six critically acclaimed literary novels which have been shortlisted and awarded a number of prizes. He currently lives in Barcelona.

Bibliography: The Golden Scales: A Makana Mystery

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Conor Fitzgerald

Conor Fitzgerald has lived in Ireland, the UK, the United States and Italy. He has worked as an arts editor, produced a current affairs journal for foreign embassies based in Rome, and founded a successful translation company. The Dogs of Rome was shortlisted for the CWA John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger Award 2011. He is married with two children and still lives in Rome.

Bibliography: The Dogs of Rome, The Fatal Touch, The Namesake

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Anne Zouroudi

Anne Zouroudi was born in England and has lived in the Greek islands. Her attachment to Greece remains strong, and the country is the inspiration for much of her writing. She now lives in the Derbyshire Peak District with her son. Mysteries of the Greek Detective: The Messenger of Athens was shortlisted for the ITV3 Crime Thriller Award 2008 for Breakthrough Authors and longlisted for the Desmond Elliot Prize.

Bibliography: The Messenger of Athens, The Taint of Midas, The Doctor of Thessaly, The Lady of Sorrows, The Whispers of Nemesis, The Bull of Mithros

Read an extract from The Messenger of Athens

Read an extract from The Taint of Midas

Read an extract from The Doctor of Thessaly

Read an extract from The Lady of Sorrows

Read an extract from The Whispers of Nemesis

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Thomas Mogford

Thomas Mogford works for ITV Sport as a translator and reporter on the UEFA Champions League. His short fiction has been published in The Field Magazine, Litro and Notes from the Underground. An early work featuring Spike Sanguinetti reached the semi-finals of the 2008 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award. He is married and lives in London.

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James Runcie

Born in Cambridge in 1959, James Runcie was educated at Marlborough College, Cambridge University and Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, James has worked at Sadler’s Wells, The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Arts Council and, for a long period, at the BBC.

James’ prolific work for television includes the award-winning Miss Pym’s Day Out and Ten Days That Made the Queen. He has been appointed as Artistic Director of Bath Literature Festival. James has returned to Scotland after twenty years and now lives in Edinburgh with his wife and two daughters.

Bibliography: The Grantchester Mysteries: Sidney Chambers And The Shadow of Death

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