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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.
Raphael Cardetti

Raphael Cardetti lives in Paris, where he is a professor of Italian (specialising in the Renaissance) at the University. Death in the Latin Quarter is his first novel to be published in the UK.
Donato Carrisi

Donato Carrisi was born in 1973 and studied law and criminology. He won four Italian literature prizes for his bestselling debut The Whisperer. Since 1999 he has been working as a TV screenwriter, and he lives in Rome.
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.
Sarah Caudwell

Sarah Caudwell studied law at St Anne's College, Oxford and practised as a barrister for several years in Lincoln's Inn. She later specialised in international tax planning at a major London bank. She died in January 2000.
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.
Kate Charles

Kate Charles, a past Chairman of the Crime Writers' Association and the Barbara Pym Society, is American by birth but has lived in England for many years. A former parish administrator, she sets her books against the colourful backdrop of the Church of England. She has been co-organiser of the annual St. Hilda's Crime and Mystery Conference in Oxford since its beginnings in 1994 and was awarded the George N. Dove Award for her 'outstanding contribution to the serious study of mystery and crime fiction'. She lives on the English side of the Welsh borders with her husband and their Border Terrier.
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.
Amrita Chouwdhury

Amrita Chowdhury holds engineering degrees from IIT Kanpur and UC Berkeley and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon. She was an engineer in Silicon Valley, has done Strategy Consulting and Board Effectiveness work in the US and Australia and is currently Associate Director of the India Research Centre division of Harvard Business School.
Sam Christer

Sam Christer lives in London.
Barbara Cleverly

Barbara Cleverly was born in the north of England and is a graduate of Durham University. A former teacher, she has spent her working life in Cambridgeshire and Suffolk; she now lives in Cambridge. She has one son and five step-children.Her Joe Sandilands series of books set against the background of the Indian Empire was inspired by the contents of a battered old tin trunk that she found in her attic. Out of it spilled two centuries of memories of a family - especially a great uncle who spent a lot of time in India - whose exploits and achievements marched in time with the flowering of the British Empire.To find out more about the series, visit www.barbaracleverly.com.
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.
Anthea Cohen

Anthea Cohen, SRN, worked as a hospital sister and private nurse. A columnist for the Nursing Mirror and regular contributor to World Medicine, she has written eighteen Agnes Turner novels, among other work.Her Agnes Carmichael novels have been described as the 'one of the most original chiller series around'. (Felicia Lamb, Mail on Sunday)
Matina Cole

Martina Cole was born and brought up in Essex. She is the bestselling author of thirteen novels set in London's gangland, and her most recent three paperbacks, as well as her latest hardback, have gone straight to No. 1 in the Sunday Times on first publication. Total sales of Martina's novels stand at eight million copies.
Martina Cole

Martina Cole was born and brought up in Essex. She is the bestselling author of thirteen novels set in London's gangland, and her most recent three paperbacks, as well as her latest hardback, have gone straight to No. 1 in the Sunday Times on first publication. Total sales of Martina's novels stand at eight million copies.
Alfredo Colitto

Alfredo Colitto is the author of six novels. He lives in Bologna.
Chris Collett

Chris Collett was born in East Anglia and graduated in Liverpool, before moving to Birmingham to teach both children and adults with varying degrees of learning disability. Chris is married with two teenage children.
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.