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Martyn Waites

Martyn Waites was born and raised in Newcastle Upon Tyne. He first worked as an actor and has appeared in numerous theatre and TV productions. His first novel, Mary's Prayer, featuring investigative journalist Stephen Larkin, was published in 1997. He has been shortlisted for the CWA Steel Dagger for thriller of the year, the Dagger in Library and the short story Dagger, and his novel The White Room was Guardian Book of the Year. Writing as Tania Carver, he created the Phil Brennan/Marina Esposito series, the first of which, The Surrogate, was shortlisted for the Theakstons Award for crime novel of the year. He has held two writing residencies in YOIs and prisons, twice been the RLF Literary Fellow at Essex university, held classes in creative writing for excluded teenagers and taught an MA in crime fiction. He can be found at www.martynwaites.com or www.taniacarver.com.
Fiona Walker

Fiona Walker is the bestselling author of eleven previous novels, including Kiss and Tell and Well Groomed. She lives in Worcestershire with her partner, two children and assortment of horses and dogs.
Frank Walker

Frank Walker has been an Australian journalist and foreign correspondent in Germany and the United States for forty years, covering wars and coups, floods and fires, terrorist attacks and political brawls, movie stars and street crime. His first two bestselling books - The Tiger Man of Vietnam and Ghost Platoon - revealed uncomfortable truths about Australia's actions in the Vietnam War. His third bestselling book, Maralinga, lifted the veil of secrecy thrown over the British atomic bomb tests in the outback and shocking human experiments in Australia in the 1950s and 1960s. His fourth book, Commandos, examined the most daring secret raids behind enemy lines by Australians and New Zealanders in World War II. In 2017 Frank wrote Traitors, an exposé on how Australia and its allies betrayed our Anzacs and let Nazi and Japanese war criminals go free. His most recent book is The Scandalous Life of Freddie McEvoy: The true story of the swashbuckling Australian rogue. He can be contacted via his website www.frankwalker.com.au
Brian Wallace

Brian Wallace served as a Massachusetts state representative from 2003 to 2011. He grew up in South Boston and as a child met Steve Ross when Ross was assigned to his school as a youth worker. He credits Ross with inspiring him to stay in school and pursue his dream of becoming a politician.
Bill Wallace

Bill Wallace is a former detective inspector and crime scene investigator from Glasgow, who began a career in true crime journalism after retiring from the force. He has contributed to various true crime publications in the UK and the US and regularly advises fellow authors on matters to do with representing police work and criminal organisations.
Barbara J. Walton-Mountjoy

Barbara J. Walton has been licensed as an attorney since 1986, practicing in the area of Family Law. A child of divorce, she is also a single mother, so she has personal as well as professional knowledge of the many issues involved. She advocates a common sense approach based on her observation of long-term effects of the legal process on both adults and children.
James Walvin

JAMES WALVIN is the author of many books on slavery and modern social history. His book, Crossings, was published by Reaktion Books in 2013. His first book, with Michael Craton, was a detailed study of a sugar plantation: A Jamaican Plantation, Worthy Park, 1670-1970 (Toronto, 1970). He became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2006, and in 2008 was awarded an OBE for services to scholarship.
Andrew Ward

Andrew Ward is a freelance writer who has worked as a milkman. He has over thirty books to his name. Ward has also worked as a statistician and researcher in commerce, industry and higher education. He is currently working on two social-history projects with Professor Tim Newburn of the London School of Economics.
Katie Ward

Katie Ward was born in Somerset in 1979. She has worked in the public and voluntary sectors, including at a women's refuge and for a Member of Parliament. Katie lives in Suffolk with her husband and two cats.
Tiffany L. Warren

Tiffany L. Warren, is an author, playwright, songwriter, mother and wife. Her debut novel What a Sista Should Do, was released in June of 2005 and has ministered to over 50,000 readers. Tiffany resides in northern Texas with her husband Brent and their five children
Rick Wartzman

Rick Wartzman is a Senior Advisor at the Drucker Institute, where he was Executive Director until early 2016. His books include Obscene in the Extreme, The King of California, and What Would Drucker Do Now? A former writer and editor at the Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times, he currently comments on the future of work for Fortune online. He lives in Los Angeles.
T H Watkins

T.H. Watkins was a well-known environmental writer and historian before his death in 2000. He was a recipient of the LA Times Book Prize for Biography and was a finalist for the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award.
Robert P. Watson

Robert P. Watson, PhD, has published over three dozen nonfiction books, two encyclopedia sets, three novels, and hundreds of scholarly journal articles, book chapters, and reference essays on topics in politics and history. A frequent media commentator, Watson has been interviewed by outlets throughout the United States and internationally and serves as the political analyst for WPTV 5 (NBC) in Florida. For many years he was also a Sunday columnist with the Sun-Sentinel newspaper. An award-winning author, Watson's recent books include The Presidents' Wives, Affairs of the State, and America's First Crisis, which received the 2014 Gold Medal in History from the Independent Publishers' Association (IPPY).
Jeffrey Watson

Jeffrey Watson is a broadcaster, author, journalist and documentary maker with over forty years in the business. Best known as a presenter on BEYOND 2000, he has also contributed to THIS DAY TONIGHT, FOUR CORNERS, 60 MINUTES and GETAWAY. A passionate aviator, Jeffrey is a member of the Spitfire Association, an honorary member of the Royal Aeronautical Society, and in 1991 was created a Chevalier of the Order of Merit by French President Francois Mitterrand. Jeffrey has authored several books, including SIDNEY COTTON: THE LAST PLANE OUT OF BERLIN and KILLER CALDWELL.
Adrian Weale

Adrian Weale was educated at York University and the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst. He has served with military intelligence across the world. As a writer he has written eight works of non-fiction and he writes and reviews regularly for a range of national newspapers.
Dwight Webb

Dwight Webb, PhD, is a professor of counseling at University of New Hampshire. He has presented workshops in Europe and throughout the United States on themes related to future visions of psychological well-being. He receieved his doctorate in counseling psychology from Stanford University.
Jason Webster

Jason Webster is a writer and columnist for the Spanish El Asombrario newspaper. He is the highly acclaimed author of a dozen books of fiction and non-fiction about Spain, which have been translated into over fifteen languages, including the international bestseller Duende, and Guerra. He is married to the Spanish flamenco dancer Salud.
Cath Weeks

Cath Weeks was born and raised in Somerset. Her debut novel, Blind, was published in 2017 and she was named as an Author to Watch by Elle magazine. Cath lives in Bath with her husband and two sons.
Jessica Weisberg

Jessica Weisberg is an award-winning writer and producer. Her writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Harper's, and the Atavist, among other publications, and been nominated for a National Magazine Award. She was a producer on the podcast Serial and runs the features unit at Vice News Tonight on HBO, for which she's been nominated for an Emmy. She lives in Brooklyn.
Denise Welch

Denise Welch was born in Whitley Bay in 1958. She is an award-winning actress, TV presenter and author of two Sunday Times bestselling autobiographies. Her many credits include Coronation St, Soldier Soldier, Waterloo Road and Boy Meets Girl, to name a few. She is also an accomplished theatre actress.Denise was a panelist on popular daytime show Loose Women for several years.She is married to artist Lincoln Townley and has two sons, Matthew and Louis, and stepson Lewis. She now lives a quiet, party-free life in rural Cheshire.