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Clare Campbell

Clare Campbell is an author and journalist. She writes regularly for the Daily Mail and is a contributing editor to Marie Claire magazine. She is married to the author and historian, Christy Campbell, and lives in London with her husband and twelve year old son. She has grown up twin daughters.
Avis Cardella

After spending her formative years reading fashion magazines voraciously, Avis Cardella found her calling writing about photography, fashion and culture. She has written for British Vogue, American Photo and Surface, among other publications. She lives in Paris with her husband.
Liz Carlyle

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Isobel Carr

ISOBEL CARR is single, child-free and a committed 'dog person'. She has taught creative writing, horseback riding and seminars on historical costuming. She can drive a stick shift and start a fire without matches. She can make a soufflé and hitch a team of horses to a wagon. She can also spend 9 hours in a Victorian corset no problem but can't wear heels for more than 4.
Angela Carter

One of Britain's most original writers, Angela Carter was highly lauded for her novels, short stories and journalism. She died in February 1992.
Kate Ceberano

Musician Kate Ceberano has written many of her own songs throughout her career as a performer. In I'M TALKING she turns her writing talent to telling her own life story.
Elizabeth Chadwick

Much of Elizabeth Chadwick's research is carried out as a member of Regia Anglorum, an early mediaeval re-enactment society with emphasis on accurately re-creating the past. She also tutors in the skill of writing historial and romantic fiction. She won a Betty Trask Award for The Wild Hunt and has been shortlisted for the RNA Awards four times.
Bobby Charlton

Sir Bobby Charlton was born in 1937 in Northumberland. He joined Manchester United in 1954 and first played for England in April 1958. He was involved in four World Cups, including the victorious England team of 1966.He was awarded the OBE in 1969, the CBE in 1974 and was knighted in 1994, the first footballer to gain such an honour since Sir Stanley Matthews in 1965.
Leah Chishugi

Leah Chishugi gtew up in eastern Congo before moving to Rwanda. In 1994 she was caught up in the conflict but managed to escape to Uganda, and later South Africa and the UK where she was granted asylum.
Breena Clarke

Breena Clarke grew up in Washington, DC, and was educated at Webster College and Howard University. Her one previous novel, RIVER, CROSS MY HEART, was a selection of Oprah's Book Club and became an international bestseller.
Hillary Rodham Clinton

Hillary Clinton was brought up in Chicago and educated at Wellesley College and Yale after which she practised as a lawyer and was a children's rights activist. She married Bill Clinton in 1975 and became America's First Lady when he was elected President in 1993. She was elected Senator for New York in 2000.
Jayne Collier

Jayne Collier and her husband, Andrew, opened Axe Valley Bird and Animal Park to the public in 2008. The park is a stone's throw away from the family's Devon dairy farm. They have two children, Jake and Lily, and many, many animals.
Shaun Considine

Born in Brooklyn and raised in Ireland, Shaun Considine has written for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, People and Cosmopolitan.
Pam Cope

In 2000, Pam Cope founded Touch A Life Foundation by establishing a shelter in Saigon for homeless children. Touch A Life now supports 224 children in Vietnam and helps fund the Place of Rescue in Cambodia, a safe haven for famillies who have been stricken with the AIDS virus. She's now raising funds for a centre in northern Ghana for victims of slavery.
Robert Coram

Robert Coram was twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for his work as a reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He is the author of seven novels and four nonfiction books, including American Patriot
John Crace

JOHN CRACE is a staff feature writer for the Guardian, where he is best known for the literary pastiche 'Digested Read'. He has also written several books, including Vertigo: One Football Fan's Fear of Success. A committed Spurs supporter, he lives in south-west London but travels to N17 for every home game.
Chauncey W. Crandall, IV

DR. CHAUNCEY W. CRANDALL IV is chief of the Cardiovascular Transplant Program at the Palm Beach Cardiovascular Clinic in Palm Beach Gardens and on staff at three medical centers. He has lectured nationally on topics including heart transplantation, preventive cardiology, healing, and cardiology health care of the elderly. Dr. Crandall writes a monthly newsletter which is published by Newsmax and is the author of two books, Raising the Dead and the Simple Heart Cure. He speaks regularly to professional groups and with the speaking team of international evangelist Reinhard Bonnke.
Chauncey Crandall

DR. CHAUNCEY W. CRANDALL IV is chief of the Cardiovascular Transplant Program at the Palm Beach Cardiovascular Clinic in Palm Beach Gardens and on staff at three medical centers. He has lectured nationally on topics including heart transplantation, preventive cardiology, healing, and cardiology health care of the elderly. Dr. Crandall writes a monthly newsletter which is published by Newsmax and is the author of two books, Raising the Dead and the Simple Heart Cure. He speaks regularly to professional groups and with the speaking team of international evangelist Reinhard Bonnke.
Antony Cutler

Antony Cutler is the pseudonym of acclaimed novelist and Renaissance historian Anton Gill. Under his own name he has published a series of thrillers set in Ancient Egypt, and a history-mystery, The Sacred Scroll. An English Literature graduate of Clare College, Cambridge, he has been a freelance writer since 1984, and has been translated and published worldwide. He has written a wide variety of historical non-fiction, and previously worked in theatre, radio and television. Anton is married to the actress Marji Campi, and divides his time between London and Paris.
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