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Cassandra Clare

Cassandra Clare vaulted onto the publishing scene with her first YA novel, City of Bones, and has published three other bestselling novels in the Mortal Instruments series. First published in August of 2010, Clockwork Angel marked the first instalment of Cassandra's Infernal Devices trilogy and debuted at number one on the New York Times list.
Clare Clark

Clare Clark is the author of five highly acclaimed historical novels, including The Great Stink, Savage Lands (both longlisted for the Orange Prize) and The Nature of Monsters. Born in 1967, she graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge with a double first in History, and now lives in London with her husband and two children.
Charles Clark

Professor Charles Clark is an internationally recognised specialist in diabetes and glaucoma. His outstanding academic record includes the unique achievement of Doctorates in Science, Medicine and Surgery and fellowships from Europe, Australasia and the US. He is the author of several diet books including the bestselling THE NEW HIGH PROTEIN DIET.
D. Nolan Clark

D. Nolan Clark is a pseudonym for an acclaimed author who has previously published several novels in different genres.
David A. Clark

David A. Clark is one of the best respected names in the field of CBT, with more than 30 years of experience. In Controlling Your Mind he offers practical advice on how to identify problematic intrusive thoughts, correct faulty interpretations of the significance of intrusions, refrain from ineffective mental control strategies and adopt more effective mental self-control using a range of CBT techniques to help disrupt the persistence of damaging thoughts.
Henry Clark

Henry Clark is the author of What We Found in the Sofa and How It Saved the World. He has contributed articles to MAD magazine and published fiction in Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, in addition to acting as the head phrenologist at Old Bethpage Village Restoration, a living-history museum in New York. He lives on Long Island.
Kent Clark

KENT CLARK is a superhero by day, and a writer by night. When he's not getting cats out of trees or saving the world from monstrous alien supervillains, he's reading a book. He also has a terrible weakness-he can't say no to tacos, comic books, or video games.
Rory Clark

RORY CLARK qualified as a land agent after studying at the Royal Agricultural College. He worked on the Badminton Estate in Gloucestershire and on the Althorp Estate in Northamptonshire. He is now a land agent for the Forestry Commission and lives on the southern edge of the Derbyshire Peak District.His books are based on the wide variety of people he has met through his life as a land agent on some of the finest landed estates in the country.
Roy Peter Clark

Roy Peter Clark is vice president and senior scholar at The Poynter Institute, one of the most prestigious schools for journalists in the world. He has taught writing at every level--from schoolchildren Pulitzer Prize winners--for more than thirty years, and has spoken about the writer's craft on The Oprah Winfrey Show, and NPR and at news organizations from the New York Times to The Sowetan in South Africa. A writer who teaches and a teacher who writes, he has authored or edited fifteen books about writing and journalism, including Writing Tools and The Glamour of Grammar. He lives in St. Petersburg, Florida
Taylor Clark

Taylor Clark is a writer based in Portland, Oregon. A graduate of Dartmouth College and a Pacific Northwest native, he has written for GQ, Slate, and Psychology Today, among other publications.
Wahida Clark

Wahida Clark was born and raised in Trenton, New Jersey. She began writing fiction while incarcerated at a woman's federal camp in Lexington, Kentucky. Her first novel, Thugs and the Women Who Love Them, and the sequel, Every Thug Needs a Lady, appeared on the Essence bestsellers list
Oz Clarke

Oz Clarke had an idyllic childhood in the Kent countryside. He was head chorister at Canterbury Cathedral Choir School. He acted, sang and wine-tasted his way through university, then spent a decade acting with the RSC and featuring in West End musicals - he starred as Perón in Evita.His famous victories in high-profile wine-tasting competitions brought him jobs on two national newspapers, and in 1984 he turned to full time writing and television work. The BBC's Food and Drink made him a household name and was broadcast around the world, as were his later 'Oz and James' wine adventures with James May.His many books have been translated into sixteen languages, he has won every major wine-writing prize, and he is an Officier de l'Ordre du Mérite Agricole. When he is not visiting vineyards and wineries, chairing wine competitions or presenting innovative concerts with Armonico Consort, Oz lives in London and complains about not playing enough golf.
D. Nolan Clarke

D. Nolan Clark is a pseudonym for an acclaimed author who has previously published several novels in different genres.
Alex Clarke

Alex Clarke is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist at the Royal Free Hospital, London.
Karen Clarke

Karen Clarke has had over two hundred short stories published in women's magazines in the UK, Sweden and Australia. Her first short story collection 'BEHIND CLOSED DOORS...and other Tales with a Twist' was published in December 2013.Her warmly received first novel MY FUTURE HUSBAND was first published as an ebook in December 2012 and is published this December in a new edition by Corsair, part of the Little, Brown publishing group. Her paranormal romances BEING BROOKE SIMMONS and PUT A SPELL ON YOU are due to be published by Corsair in December 2014 and June 2015, respectively. Karen lives in Buckinghamshire with her husband, three children and dog, and writes a blog at www.writewritingwritten.blogspot.com. You can also follow her on Twitter @karenclarke123
Thurston Clarke

Thurston Clarke is a noted travel writer and journalist and the author of nine widely acclaimed works of fiction and non-fiction. He has written for VANITY FAIR, OUTSIDE, CONDE NAST TRAVELLER and numerous other magazines and journals.
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.
Maxine Beneba Clarke

Maxine Beneba Clarke is an Australian writer and slam poetry champion of Afro-Caribbean descent. She is the award-winning author of the poetry collections Gil Scott Heron is on Parole and Nothing Here Needs Fixing. Her debut short fiction collection Foreign Soil won the Victorian Premier's Award Unpublished Manuscript Award (2013), the Indie Book Award for Debut Fiction (2015) and the Australian Book Industry Award for Literary Fiction Book of The Year (2015). Foreign Soil was also shortlisted for the Stella Prize for Australian Women's writing (2015). Corsair will publish her memoir The Hate Race in 2016.
Guy Claxton

Guy Claxton is an internationally renowned writer, author of HARE BRAIN, TORTOISE MIND. He is Visiting Professor in Learning Science at the University of Bristol Graduate School of Education.
Tim Clayton

Tim Clayton is the award-winning author of a number of books on naval and military history, including Tars (winner of the Mountbatten Literary Award 2008) and Finest Hour, the best-selling book that accompanied the landmark BBC1 television series.