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Our Authors
Gregor Dallas

Gregor Dallas is an acclaimed historian of the ending of wars. He is the author of 1815: The Roads to Waterloo, 1918: WAR AND PEACE, POISONED PEACE: 1945 - THE WAR THAT NEVER ENDED, and has written as well on Paris (METROSTOP PARIS), rural life in France, and on Clemenceau. Educated in Britain and the USA, he now lives near Paris.
Carlo De Vito

Carlo De Vito the author of more than 15 books, including A Mark Twain Christmas and biographies of D. Wayne Lukas, Wellington Mara, Yogi Berra, and Phil Rizzuto. He was the publisher at Running Press Book Publishers and VP, Editorial Director at Sterling Epicure. He lives with his wife and two sons on their farm, the Hudson-Chatham Winery, in Ghent, New York.
Jonathan Dean

Jonathan Dean is Senior Writer for the Sunday Times Culture, regularly interviewing the world's biggest stars. He has also written for the paper's News Review, Style, Magazine and Travel sections on subjects ranging from Remembrance Day to holidays in LA. He has also contributed to the Pool, GQ, Shortlist, the Independent and Red.
John Donne

D. J. Enright is a celebrated poet. Among his publications are books of literary criticism, memoirs and translations. His Collected Poems 1948-1998 (Oxford University Press) appeared in 1998.
Carol Ann Duffy

Carol Ann Duffy was born in Glasgow in 1955. She has published 7 collections of poetry and won numerous awards, including a Somerset Maugham Award in 1988, the Dylan Thomas Award in 1989 and the 1993 Whitbread Award. She was awarded an OBE in 1995.
Shane Dunphy

Shane Dunphy worked for fifteen years as a frontline child protection worker in many different parts of Ireland. He now teaches social studies and psychology and is a regular contributor to television and radio programmes on issues of child and family welfare.He is the author of several non-fiction books, including Wednesday's Child and The Boy They Tried to Hide.
Shane Dunphy

Shane Dunphy worked for fifteen years as a frontline child protection worker in many different parts of Ireland. He now teaches social studies and psychology and is a regular contributor to television and radio programmes on issues of child and family welfare.
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