Elizabeth L Silver
Elizabeth Silver qualified as an attorney and has practised in Texas and California. She has a particular interest in capital punishment and has visited death row, interviewing inmates and meeting with victim and inmate family members. She has studied Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia as well as in the US. THE EXECUTION OF NOA P SINGLETON is Elizabeth's first novel.
Harold L. Sirkin
Harold L. Sirkin is a Senior Vice President and Director of The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) , and the worldwide leader of its Global Operations practice. He is the co-author of PAYBACK: REAPING THE REWARDS OF INNOVATION, which was named by BusinessWeek as one of the top ten books on innovation of the year.
Ian La Frenais
Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais have forged one of the most successful writing partnerships ever seen in the entertainment business and they are responsible for many succesful TV shows and films, including The Likely Lads and The Commitments
Kate Lace is the pseudonym of a popular novelist.
Sarah grew up on Long Island and went to college in Waterville, Maine, where she published her first story, "Sick People". She got her MFA in creative writing from Columbia University, and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. In addition to writing novels, she is also pursuing her Master's in Environmental Health Science/Toxicology at New York University.
Julia Latchem-Smith was born in Basildon, Essex, in 1981. She now lives in Bridgend, South Wales, with her husband Jonathan, daughters Molly and Katelyn, and son Zack.
J. S. Law
J. S. Law started in the Royal Navy as an apprentice engineer and worked his way up through the ranks. He has worked on helicopters, ships and, towards the end of his naval career, submarines. In that time he has experienced first-hand the phenomenal pressures placed upon women and men in working in the military. He is a passionate advocate for education and now works providing nuclear training and education to the defence and civil sectors. The Fear Within is the second thriller in the Lieutenant Dani Lewis series.
Dylan Lawson is a screenwriter whose credits include Twin Peaks and The X-Files. Dylan lives with his wife and dog in Montana.
Richard Laymon was born in Chicago in 1947 and grew up in California. Four of his books have been shortlisted for the Bram Stoker Award, which he won in 2001 with THE TRAVELLING VAMPIRE SHOW. Among his many acclaimed works of horror and suspense are THE STAKE, SAVAGE, AFTER MIDNIGHT and the four novels in the Beast House Chronicles: THE CELLAR, THE BEAST HOUSE, THE MIDNIGHT TOUR and FRIDAY NIGHT IN BEAST HOUSE. He died in February 2001.
Louise Lee was once a Geography teacher. When oxbow lakes no longer floated her boat, she took the next, natural step in her career progression and became a Private Investigator. Memorable cases include a high-functioning bigamist with three wives and six children, who was set to marry a fourth; and losing a target because George Clooney started chatting her up in a bar.Louise undertook an MA in Creative Writing at Birkbeck, and has had work commissioned by BBC Radio Four. The Florence Love novels follow the life of an irreverent, thoroughly 'modern' PI who specialises in entrapment, and Louise would love to hear from fellow Florences - stop by her website: www.louiselee.co.uk or drop her a line on Twitter: @louise_lee1.If Louise's mum is reading this, the books are in no way based on her true experiences. Honest.
Bobby Lennox won the European Cup with Celtic in 1967. He also won 11 Scottish League Championship winner's medals, eight Scottish Cup winner's medals and five League Cup winner's medals during a playing career at Celtic that spanned the 1960s to the 1980s and ended only with injury, at the age of 37. He won 10 Scottish Cups, was a coach at Celtic for 13 years and is now a matchday host at Parkhead.
ELISABETH ANNE LEONARD has degrees from St. John's College, the University of Pittsburgh, Kent State University, and the University of California- Hastings College of Law. She lives in Northern California. This is her first novel. anneleonardbooks.com
John Lescroart is the author of over twenty-five novels (and numerous New York Times bestsellers), including The 13th Juror, Damage, The Hunter, and The Ophelia Cut. His books have sold more than 10 million copies and have been translated into twenty languages in seventy-five countries. He lives in Northern California.
Alysa Levene is a social history at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford (and enthusiastic amateur baker). She has researched and published articles and books on a variety of topics which connect with this book: the history of childhood, health, the family, and food.
Tony Lewis won a double Blue (cricket and rugby) at Cambridge before starting a career in cricket for Glamorgan and England, whom he captained eight times. He was a BBC broadcaster from 1974-98, and then became president of the MCC from 1998-2000.
Dominic Littlewood spent 15 years in car sales and made his first TV appearance on Channel 4's Faking It, where he taught a vicar how to be a second-hand car dealer in just one month. He has presented BBC 2's Wrong Car Right Car, BBC1's To Buy or Not to Buy and BBC2's How I Made My Property Fortune. In 2006 he began presenting Don't Get Done, Get Dom, in which he resolves consumer and bureaucratic nightmares. Dominic is also a reporter on The One Show, contributes to Top Gear magazine, and has written pieces for the motoring section of the Daily Telegraph. Most recently he competed on BB1's Strictly Come Dancing.
Stephen Lloyd Jones
Stephen Lloyd Jones's debut novel, The String Diaries, was a BBC Radio 2 Book Club selection, a Kindle Editor's Pick, and was translated into nine languages. The Disciple is his third novel, and his previous books have been optioned for television. Aside from his family, Stephen's passions are strong coffee, telling stories and spending time in the mountains. He lives with his wife and three young sons.
Kenny Logan is Scottish rugby's most capped winger with 70 caps, and he played in three World Cups and numerous Five and Six Nations campaigns for his country. After winning the Scottish League Championship with his local team, Stirling County, in 1997 he transferred to Wasps where he won three English league titles, two English Cups, a European Challenge Cup and the Heineken Cup. He is now heavily involved in charity work and has recently appeared in the Strictly Come Dancing tour. He lives in Kew with his wife, the sports presenter Gabby Logan, and their twins.
Dr Robert Lomas lectures in engineering at Bradford University, and was involved in the early development of personal computers. He is the author of many bestselling books, including international bestsellers on Freemasonry such as THE HIRAM KEY and URIEL'S MACHINE.
Graham Lord was literary editor and weekly books columnist of the Sunday Express for many years, during which time he interviewed almost every major novelist and bestseller, from P.G. Wodehouse to Ruth Rendell. He is an author of both non-fiction and fiction.