Philippa Garety is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King's College London.
Dr Geoffrey Garrett was the Home Office pathologist for the North West of England for over 30 years. He lives in Worsley, Manchester. Andrew Nott has been a crime reporter for the Manchester Evening News for over 18 years. He lives in Warrington, Cheshire.Cause of Death is their first book.
Bamber Gasgoigne won scholarships to Eton and Cambridge, and a Harkness Fellowship to Yale. He presented television's University Challenge for 25 years and has written several books, including The Treasures and Dynasties of China, A Brief History of the Great Moghuls and A Brief History of Christianity.
Dr Gauntlett-Gilbert is the author of Overcoming Weight Problems, along with Clare Grace. Until very recently he worked at London's only specialist NHS clinic for overweight people. He is a clinical psychologist and his areas of special interest are weight issues and chronic pain. Dr Gauntlett is a member of both the British Psychological Society and British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).
Elizabeth L George
Elizabeth L. George, PhD, is co-investigator with Dr. Miklowitz on the Colorado Family Project, and a psychologist with a private practice based in Boulder, Colorado.With Davud J Miklowitz, she has written her first book, The Bipolar Teen.
WILLIAM GIBSON is Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Director of The Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History at Oxford Brookes University.
Steve Gibson's business experience includes sales, marketing, retailing and wholesaling. He worked for two of the leading wholesale nurseries in Europe, before plunging into self-employment in 1992. In 1998 he formed Start Business and since then he has helped hundreds of people to start their own business.
John Gierach is the author of eleven books, including the famous Trout Bum. He is a columnist for both Sports Afield and Fly and Rod. He lives in Colorado.
Philippe Gigantès served as an officer in World War II with the Royal Navy, worked as a correspondent and as a secret agent, and was captured and tortured by Communists in North Korea. He served for fifteen years in the Senate of Canada, was Assistant to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Director General in Canadian Public Service, Greek Minister of Culture in Washington DC, a professor of history and host and writer of a TV public affairs programme. He has published thirteen books.Philippe Gigantès served in World War II with Britain's Royal Navy, was a correspondent and a secret agent. He served in the Senate of Canada, was Assistant to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, professor of history and a host/writer of a TV public affairs programme.
Professor Paul Gilbert is the author of the bestselling Overcoming Depression and was previously Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Derby and Head of Specialty, Adult Mental Health for the Southern Derbyshire Mental Health Trust. He is currently based at the Mental Health Research Unit, Kingsway Hospital, Derby.
Frank Giles is a former Editor of The Sunday Times and the author of The Locust Years the story of the Fourth French Republic 1946-1958.Frank Giles is a former editor of the Sunday Times and the author of The Locust Years, the story of the Fourth French Republic.
Ronald Giphart is an award-winning and best-selling novelist with a strong interest in psychology and human behaviour. He met Professor Mark van Vugt when he worked as a creative writing teacher at the VU University Amsterdam.
Hilda Glickman is a university lecturer and nutritionist. In her nutrition practice, she specialised in digestive problems with great success. Most of her clients were able to eliminate their IBS and related conditions using the methods in this book. Many had been suffering for years but had never really found the root cause. Once this was discovered and dealt with, they became well very quickly. As a lecturer at the Open University, Hilda taught nurses and other health professionals for many years on the degree module, Health and Disease. She still lectures there and combines that with writing books. Her aim is to share the latest nutritional research with the public in a very accessible, readable and entertaining way
Dr Grace is the author of Overcoming Weight Problems, along with Jeremy Gauntlett-Gilbert. Until very recently she worked at London's only specialist NHS clinic for overweight people. She is a dietician and is currently based at Queen Mary's, University of London, undertaking a research project exploring perceptions and understanding of diabetes risk in the local Bangladeshi community.Dr Clare Grace is a registered dietician who has specialised in weight management since 1994. She gained most of her experience through working at a London NHS specialist obesity clinic. Dr Grace has published a number of papers and journals articles on issues relating to the management of overweight and obesity and is a commitee member of the Dieticians Obesity Management group and a member of the Association for the Study of Obesity, the British Dietetic Association and the Nutrition Society.
MICHAEL GRADISAR is a clinical psychologist and professor in clinical child psychology at Flinders University, Australia. He is also the director of the Child & Adolescent Sleep Clinic, where he has helped hundreds of school-aged children (and their parents) to sleep better through the night.
Paul Gravett is the leading light in the UK comics industry. Freelance journalist, curator, and broadcaster, he has worked in comics publishing and promotion for over 20 years. He writes for publications as diverse as the Guardian, Bookseller and Comics International; and is author of Manga: 60 years of Japanese Comics and Graphic Novels: Stories to Change Your Life.
JONATHON GREEN is a lexicographer, that is a dictionary maker, specialising in slang, about which he has been compiling dictionaries, writing and broadcasting since 1984. He has also written a history of lexicography. After working on his university newspaper he joined the London 'underground press' in 1969, working for most of the then available titles, such as Friends, IT and Oz. He has been publishing books since the mid-1970s, spending the next decade putting together a number of dictionaries of quotations, before he moved into what remains his primary interest, slang. Jonathon's slang work has reached its climax, but he trusts not its end, with the publication in 2010 of Green's Dictionary of Slang, a three-volume, 6,200-page dictionary 'on historical principles' offering some 110,000 words and phrases, backed up by around 410,000 citations or usage examples. The book covers all anglophone countries and its timeline stretches from around 1500 up to the present day. For those who prefer something less academic, he published the Chambers Slang Dictionary, a single volume book, in 2008. Website: http://jonathongreen.co.uk The Dabbler: http://thedabbler.co.uk/ (as Mister Slang) Twitter: @misterslangThe Timelines of Slang: http://thetimelinesofslang.tumblr.com/
Martin H. Greenberg
Martin H. Greenberg, dubbed the king of anthologists, has more than 1000 anthologies to his credit, including the Murder Most . . . series.Bill Pronzini, recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Private Eye Writers of America, is author of over 50 novels, including the Nameless Detective series.
Paul Grieve spent five years at the Mosquée de Paris and then at Cairo universities study
Dan Griliopoulos is a writer specialising in video games. His work has been published in media including The New Statesman, the Mail on Sunday and the Guardian. He has a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Oxford and a lifelong love of classical philosophy. He is currently Lead Content Editor at tech firm Improbable.