New for Spring 2019…

meet the authors

Prue Leith has been at the top of the British food scene for nearly sixty years. She has seen huge success, not only as founder of the renowned Leith’s School of Food and Wine, but also as a caterer, restaurateur, teacher, TV cook, food journalist, novelist, and cookery book author. She’s been a leading figure in campaigns to improve food in schools, hospitals and in the home. 

@PrueLeith

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Seni Glaister  has worked in bookselling since 1988. The mother of four children, she uses her spare time (when she is not working or reading) to raise pigs, confide in her cattle, climb mountains, make wine and write.  She recently led a management buy out of The Book People, one of the UK's favourite booksellers, and she is currently planning a long cold walk to the South Pole.  Mr Doubler  is her second novel.   @SeniGlaister

Seni Glaister has worked in bookselling since 1988. The mother of four children, she uses her spare time (when she is not working or reading) to raise pigs, confide in her cattle, climb mountains, make wine and write.

She recently led a management buy out of The Book People, one of the UK's favourite booksellers, and she is currently planning a long cold walk to the South Pole. Mr Doubler is her second novel.

@SeniGlaister

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Elizabeth Noble worked in publishing for many years before turning to writing full-time. Her previous seven novels include the number one bestselling title, The Reading Group, as well as The Girl Next Door and  Things I Want My Daughters to Know.    

She lives in Surrey with her husband and two daughters.

Sophie Hannah  is an internationally bestselling crime fiction writer, whose novels have been translated into 49 languages and published in 51 countries.  Her psychological thriller  The Carrier  won the Specsavers National Book Award for Crime Thriller of the Year in 2013. In 2014 and 2016,  Sophie  published  The Monogram Murders  and  Closed Casket , the first new Hercule Poirot mysteries since Agatha Christie's death, both of which were national and international bestsellers.  The Mystery of Three Quarters  is the third book in the series.

Sophie Hannah is an internationally bestselling crime fiction writer, whose novels have been translated into 49 languages and published in 51 countries.

Her psychological thriller The Carrier won the Specsavers National Book Award for Crime Thriller of the Year in 2013. In 2014 and 2016, Sophie published The Monogram Murders and Closed Casket, the first new Hercule Poirot mysteries since Agatha Christie's death, both of which were national and international bestsellers. The Mystery of Three Quarters is the third book in the series.

Lucy Foley  worked in publishing before leaving to write full-time.   The Hunting Party  is her first crime novel and was inspired by a particularly remote spot in Scotland that fired her imagination.  She is also the author of three historical novels.   @LucyFoleyTweets

Lucy Foley worked in publishing before leaving to write full-time.

The Hunting Party is her first crime novel and was inspired by a particularly remote spot in Scotland that fired her imagination.

She is also the author of three historical novels.

@LucyFoleyTweets

Erin Kelly  is the Sunday Times bestselling author of several novels including  The Poison Tree , which was made into a TV series, and  He Said/She Said  which spent many weeks in the Top 10 in both hardback and paperback, and was shortlisted for the Specsavers National Book Awards   in 2018.  A freelance journalist she frequently writes articles for national newspapers and magazines.  Erin  lives in London with her husband and daughters.   @MsErinKelly

Erin Kelly is the Sunday Times bestselling author of several novels including The Poison Tree, which was made into a TV series, and He Said/She Said which spent many weeks in the Top 10 in both hardback and paperback, and was shortlisted for the Specsavers National Book Awards in 2018.

A freelance journalist she frequently writes articles for national newspapers and magazines. Erin lives in London with her husband and daughters.

@MsErinKelly

Marianne   Kavanagh  is a former deputy editor of  Marie Claire  and has contributed to many national newspapers and magazines. She is married with three children   Marianne's  first two novels were translated into eight languages. Her third novel,  Should You Ask Me , her first psychological thriller, was published in 2017.  Disturbance  is published in March.   @MarianneKav

Marianne Kavanagh is a former deputy editor of Marie Claire and has contributed to many national newspapers and magazines. She is married with three children

Marianne's first two novels were translated into eight languages. Her third novel, Should You Ask Me, her first psychological thriller, was published in 2017. Disturbance is published in March.

@MarianneKav