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Our Authors
DAVID KAHN

David Kahn is one of America's leading experts in krav maga, and the only American to sit on the Israeli Krav Maga Association's Board of Directors, krav maga creator Imi Lichtenfeld's original organization. As the IKMA's United States Chief Instructor, David is committed to the proper expansion of the Israeli krav maga system worldwide.
Margaret Kaine

Born and educated in Stoke-on-Trent, Margaret Kaine now lives in Eastbourne. Her short stories have been published in women's magazines in Great Britain, Ireland, Australia, South Africa and Norway. She won the 2002 Romantic Novelists' Association/Reader's Digest Of Love and Life New Writer's Award and also the Society of Authors' Sagittarius Prize for her first novel, Ring of Clay, published in 2002.Visit her at www.margaretkaine.com.
Kumiko Kakehashi

Kumiko Kakehashi was born in 1961. After graduating from Hokkaido University, she worked as a freelance writer and editor. She is a regular contributor to AERA magazine. This is her first book.
John Kampfner

John Kampfner is one of the UK's most respected and iconoclastic authors, broadcasters and commentators, and has been a well-known public voice on politics, international affairs and civil liberties for the past two decades. From 2005 to 2008 he was Editor of the New Statesman, and he contributes regularly to the Guardian, Independent, Financial Times and other newspapers. His books include The Rich, Freedom for Sale and Blair's Wars. He lives in London.
Robert Kanigel

Robert Kanigel is the author of six other books, including The Man Who Knew Infinity. After 13 years as professor of science writing at MIT, he has returned to full-time writing in Baltimore.
Zachary Karabell

Zachary Karabell studied History at Columbia, has a doctorate from Harvard and a further degree in Modern Middle East Studies from Oxford. He has written widely on religion and human rights, American politics, foreign policy and international affairs.
Dean Karnazes

Karnazes has been called an "Ultrarunning legend" by Men's Journal, and 'One of the sexiest men in sports' by Sports Ill. for Women. He won the 2004 Badwater Ultramarathon in Death Valley. He's the author of ULTRAMARATHON MAN, a columnist for Men's Health.
Grace Karskens

Grace Karskens lectures in Australian History and Public History at the University of New South Wales. Her ground-breaking study The Rocks: Life in Early Sydney won the 1998 Premier's Award for Local and Regional History and established the author as a key figure in the new generation of Australian historians. A regular speaker on ABC radio 702 as well as a contributor to many journals on topics ranging from convicts, museums and grave-robbers, Grace combined history and archaeology as Project Historian for the world-renowned Cumberland Gloucester Street Archaeological Project 1994-1999.
Jean-Paul Kauffmann

Jean-Paul Kauffmann is the author of The Dark Room at Longwood (1999), an exploration of Napoleon's exile on St Helena, Desolation Island (2001) and Wrestling with the Angel (2003). He was a journalist until 1985, when he was kidnapped in Beirut and only released three years later. Since then he has been editor of both Amateur de Bordeaux and Amateur de Cigare magazines. Euan Cameron's translations include works by Julien Green, Simone de Beauvoir and Paul Morand, biographies of Marcel Proust and Irène Némirovsky, and most recently Monsieur Linh and His Child, by Philippe Claudel.
Nora Kay

Nora Kay was born in Northumberland but she and her family lived for many years in Dundee. She now lives in Aberdeen.
Oliver Kay

Oliver Kay is Chief Football Correspondent for The Times.
Robert Kee

Robert Kee was born in 1919 and read history at Magdalen College, Oxford. He was a bomber pilot in the RAF, and after leaving in 1946, he became a journalist. He worked for Picture Post, the Observer and the Sunday Times, and was a literary editor of the Spectator. He was considered one of the great broadcasters of his generation, appearing for many years on both the BBC and ITV as reporter, interviewer and presenter. He took part in current affairs programmes and in documentaries for the BBC and ITV. More recently he wrote on Britain during the Second World War in 1939: The World We Left Behind and 1945: The World We Fought For; also Trial and Error about the Guildford pub bombings. He was awarded the BAFTA Richard Dimbleby Award in 1976. He died in 2013.
Robert Kee

Robert Kee worked as a writer, journalist & broadcaster after WWII when he had been a bomber pilot. He worked for the OBSERVER & S.TIMES before moving to tv, on which he has appeared over many years as reporter, interviewer & presenter. He has written 12 other books.
John Keegan

Britain's most distinguished military historian and senior lecturer at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst for many years, Sir John Keegan is the author of THE FACE OF BATTLE, widely considered a classic of military history. His other books include THE MASK OF COMMAND, THE PRICE OF ADMIRALTY, SIX ARMIES IN NORMANDY and THE SECOND WORLD WAR. His book THE HISTORY OF WARFARE sold 60,000 copies in the US and 25,000 in the UK. He is Defence Editor of The Daily Telegraph and was knighted in 2000.
John Keegan

Britain's most distinguished military historian and senior lecturer at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst for many years, Sir John Keegan is the author of THE FACE OF BATTLE, widely considered a classic of military history. His other books include THE MASK OF COMMAND, THE PRICE OF ADMIRALTY, SIX ARMIES IN NORMANDY and THE SECOND WORLD WAR. His book THE HISTORY OF WARFARE sold 60,000 copies in the US and 25,000 in the UK. He is Defence Editor of The Daily Telegraph and was knighted in 2000.
Jonathan Kellerman

Jonathan Kellerman is the No. 1 international bestselling author of more than three dozen bestselling crime novels, including the Alex Delaware series, THE BUTCHER'S THEATRE, BILLY STRAIGHT, THE CONSPIRACY CLUB, TWISTED and TRUE DETECTIVES. With his wife, bestselling novelist Faye Kellerman, he co-authored DOUBLE HOMICIDE and CAPITAL CRIMES. With his son, bestselling novelist Jesse Kellerman, he co-authored THE GOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD and THE GOLEM OF PARIS. He is also the author of two children's books and numerous non-fiction works. He has won the Goldwyn, Edgar and Anthony Awards and has been nominated for a Shamus Award. Jonathan and Faye Kellerman live in California, New Mexico and New York.
Saul Kelly

Saul Kelly is a lecturer at King's College London (Joint Services Command and Staff College) and specialises in the history of the Great Powers in North Africa. He is the author of a number of highly acclaimed books.
Paul Kemp

Paul Kemp established an early reputation as a naval historian, able to mix original research and scholarship with exciting narrative writing. He was for a while attached to the Imperial War Museum, and now writes naval history full time.
Thomas Keneally

Thomas Keneally began his writing career in 1964 and has published thirty novels since. They include Schindler's Ark, which won the Booker Prize in 1982 and was subsequently made into the film Schindler's List, and The Chant Of Jimmie Blacksmith, Confederates and Gossip From The Forest, each of which was shortlisted for the Booker Prize. His most recent novels are The Daughters Of Mars, which was shortlisted for the Walter Scott Prize in 2013, and Shame and the Captives. He has also written several works of non-fiction, including his memoir Homebush Boy, Searching for Schindler and Australians. He is married with two daughters and lives in Sydney.
John Kenneally Vc

John Kenneally won the VC during the Tunisian campaign in the Second World War for attacking a whole company of Panzer Grenadiers on his own. It was only years later that he revealed that 'John Kenneally' was an assumed name that he had adopted in order to join the Irish Guards after deserting the Honourable Artillery Company. He was in fact the illegitimate son of Neville Blond and Gertrude. He died in September 2000 and is survived by his second wife and children.