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Our Authors
Alan F Alford

Alan F. Alford, B Com, FCA, MBA, was born in 1961. Following his first visit to the Pyramids as a fourteen year old, he has travelled extensively to more than twenty-four countries in his quest to solve the riddles of mankind's mysterious past.
R. F. Delderfield

R. F. Delderfield was born in South London in 1912. On leaving school he joined the Exmouth Chronicle newspaper as a junior reporter, where he went on to become Editor. From there he began to write stage plays and then became a highly successful novelist, renowned for brilliantly portraying slices of English life. With the publication of his first saga, A HORSEMAN RIDING BY, he became one of Britain's most popular authors. Many of his bestselling novels were later adapted for television. He died in 1972.
Matthew F. Jones

Matthew F. Jones is also the author of the critically acclaimed novels Boot Tracks, Deepwater, The Elements of Hitting, Blind Pursuit and The Cooter Farm, as well as a number of screenplays, including adaptations of A SINGLE SHOT and Boot Tracks, both which are being filmed in 2011. Deepwater was made into a film in 2005. He grew up in rural upstate New York and now lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Pai Kit Fai

Pai Kit Fai is the adopted Chinese name given to the author by his Eurasian family. Red Lotus is his first novel under this name.
Ian Failes

IAN FAILES is a former lawyer and now a freelance journalist specialising in visual effects and animation. He writes for several industry publications, and is the author of Masters of FX, which profiles 16 of the world's leading special and visual effects supervisors. He lives in Sydney, Australia and has the world's largest collection of memorabilia from the 1994 film Speed.
Zoe Fairbairns

Zoe Fairbairns' short stories have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and are published in her collection How Do You Pronounce Nulliparous? Her work has appeared in anthologies including The Seven Deadly Sins, in magazines including The Yellow Room and online. She teaches short story writing and other creative writing courses at the City Lit in London.
Judy Fairbairns

Judy Fairbairns has lived on her Scottish island with her husband since 1978. Married now for 40 years, she has five children, all grown up - one of whom runs the whale watching business she and her husband started. Island Wife is her first book.Read Judy's blog at judyfairbairns.co.uktwitter.com/JudyFairbairnsfacebook.com/JudyFairbairns
Chris Fairclough

Chris Fairclough is a professional photographer who has worked in children's publishing for many years.
John Fairfax

John Fairfax is the pen name of William Brodrick who practised as a barrister before becoming a full-time novelist. Under his own name he is a previous winner of the Crime Writers Association Gold Dagger Award and his first novel was a Richard and Judy selection.
Linda Fairstein

Linda Fairstein is a former prosecutor and one of America's foremost legal experts on crimes of violence against women and children. For three decades she served in the office of the New York County District Attorney, where she was Chief of the Sex Crimes Prosecution Unit. In 2010 she was the recipient of the Silver Bullet Award from the International Thriller Writers association. Her Alexandra Cooper novels have been translated into more than a dozen languages and have debuted on the Sunday Times and the New York Times bestseller lists, among others. She lives in Manhattan and on Martha's Vineyard.
Alan Fairweather

Alan Fairweather, The Motivation Doctor, spent a total of 23 years in sales, customer service and management. He worked in six different sales organisations as a Sales Engineer, Training Manager and Sales Manager. For the past eighteen years he has been running his own business as an international speaker in Asia, Europe, the US and the UK. Alan is also the author of How to Manage Difficult People and How to Be a Motivational Manager.
Maria Fairweather

Maria Fairweather is author of The Pilgrim Princess: A Life of PrincessVolkonsky (1999): 'Vibrant and passionately human', TLS.Maria Fairweather also wrote The Pilgrim Princess: A Life of Princess Volkonsky.Maria Fairweather is married to the recently retired British ambassador to Italy. This is her first book.
Nicholas Faith

Nicholas Faith is one of the best-known financial journalists inBritain.His first wine book, TheWinemasters was published in 1978and won the André Simon award.He has written other well-receivedworks on Champagne and on major Bordeaux châteaux, including TheWinemasters of Bordeaux.He was editorial director of the leading Frenchwine magazine L'Amateur de Bordeaux.His book on Cognac was awardedprizes in both Britain and the United States and is recognized as thestandard work on the subject.He writes for numerous magazines andnewspapers, including the Financial Times.He lives in London.
Duncan Falconer

A former member of the elite Special Boat Service & 14 Int., N. Ireland's top-secret SAS detachment, he left after more than a decade of operational service & went into the private security 'circuit'. His SBS exploits were documented in his 1st book, the bestselling First Into Action.
Keith Falkiner

Keith Falkiner is a sports reporter with the Irish Daily Star Sunday. He lives in Dublin.
Keith Falkiner

Keith Falkiner is a sports reporter with the Irish Daily Star Sunday. He lives in Dublin.
Franki Falkow

Franki Falkow has been shot for brands like Abercrombie & Fitch, Guess, Levi's and Gap, and in editorials for Cosmopolitan, Elle, Marie Claire and Vogue. Having worked with big names like Bruce Weber, Rankin, Ben Watts and Peggy Sirota, she has unique perspective on the photographer / model relationship. London born, Franki is now based in LA.
Hans Fallada

Hans Fallada was one of the best-known German writers of the twentieth century. Born in 1893 in Greifswald, north-east Germany, as Rudolph Wilhelm Adolf Ditzen, he took his pen-name from a Brothers Grimm fairytale. His most famous works include the novels, Little Man, What Now? and The Drinker. Fallada died in 1947 in Berlin.
Jane Fallon

Jane Fallon is the multi-award winning television producer behind shows such as This Life, Teachers and 20 Things to Do before You're 30.
Jennifer Fallon

Jennifer Fallon was born in Victoria, Australia, the ninth child in a family of thirteen girls. Her prolific career includes work as a youth worker, store detective, advertising sales rep and executive secretary.