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Fifi Lapin

Fifi Lapin's 256 brothers and sisters died in myxomatosis outbreak when she was one. Consequently, her parents spoil her rotten. As an hare-ess to her father's fortune, which he made playing fast and loose with carrot and lettuce shares on the international stock market, she has been allowed to indulge her passion for fashion. In 2009 Fifi Lapin t-shirts were sold in the US and the UK (ASOS, Urban Outfitters, Barneys, Forever 21) and she collaborated with Le Sportsac on two collections, which were sold in twenty countries. Her pictures appeared on Topshop's Christmas cards - their most successful ever. Fifi is in a long-term relationship with Sonny Hare and has a dog, Stella.
Jane Lapotaire

Jane Lapotaire has been a leading member of the National Theatre and the RSC for more than thirty years. She holds a visiting fellowship at Sussex University and teaches at the Actors' Centre and the British American Drama Academy. She lives in Warwickshire and south London.
Elena Lappin

Elena Lappin is a writer and editor. Born in Moscow, she grew up in Prague and Hamburg, and has lived in Israel, Canada, the United States and - longer than anywhere else - in London. She is the author of Foreign Brides and The Nose, and has contributed to numerous publications, including Granta, Prospect, the Guardian and the New York Times Book Review.
Katherine Lapworth

Katherine Lapworth worked at the BBC for six years as a Producer and Director in both radio and television before launching her own copywriting business. She is also a founder member of Maverick Media the sister company to Maverick Television, established to exploit all the print and video opportunities arising from Maverick's broadcast work.
Katherine Lapworth

Katherine Lapworth worked at the BBC for six years as a Producer and Director in both radio and television before launching her own copywriting business. She is also a founder member of Maverick Media the sister company to Maverick Television, established to exploit all the print and video opportunities arising from Maverick's broadcast work.
Frances Largeman-Roth

Frances Largeman-Roth, RD is the Senior Food and Nutrition Editor at Health magazine. She has helped women across America lose weight and feel incredible with her healthy recipes and smart diet advice. Frances is also the author of Feed the Belly: The Pregnant Mom's Healthy Eating Guide, and lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and daughter.
Joy Larkcom

Joy Larkcom has been growing and writing about vegetables for more than thirty years and is considered one of the world's leading experts in the field. Her work has been deeply influenced by travels in Europe, China, Japan, the USA, and Canada, continually searching for new edible plants and cultivation techniques. With the help of her husband, Don Pollard, this has led to the introduction of many exciting salad plants and oriental vegetables. Her eloquent and humorous style of writing has done much to popularize vegetable growing.Over the past ten years she has concentrated on the "potager" concept, making the kitchen plot a beautiful feature in itself. She created four small potagers in the experimental organic market garden she and her husband ran for many years in Suffolk, before moving to Southern Ireland, where a fan-shaped potager is now being made on a windswept slope.Joy is well-known as an author, journalist, and lecturer, and has taken part in many radio and television broadcasts. Her other books include Oriental Vegetables (1991), Salads for Small Gardens (1995), The Organic Salad Garden (2001), Grow Your Own Vegetables (2002), and revisions of the classic The Vegetable Garden Displayed. Joy has won the Garden Writer of the Year award three times and in 1993 was awarded the prestigious Veitch Memorial Medal for services to horticulture. In 2003 she was presented with the Garden Writers' Guild Lifetime Achievement award.She lives in Cork, Ireland.
Glenda Larke

Glenda Larke was born in Western Australia. She trained as a teacher and taught English in Australia, Vienna, Tunisia and Malaysia. She published Havenstar, a fantasy novel, with the now defunct Virgin Worlds in the UK, to enthusiastic reviews. She currently combines her passion for writing fantasy with an equal passion for birdwatching and rainforest conservation. Glenda has two children and lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with her husband.
John Larkin

Born in England, John grew up in Sydney, Australia, where he still lives. An ex-professional football player, he now writes full-time and is currently working on a screenplay and his first adult novel.
Mary Larkin

Mary Larkin was born in Belfast and spent 40 happy years there before moving to the North East of England.
L. A. Larkin

British-Australian thriller author, L.A. Larkin, has been likened to Michael Crichton and Matthew Reilly. The Genesis Flaw was nominated for four crime fiction awards and Thirst described as, 'The best Antarctic thriller since Ice Station'. An adventurer at heart, Larkin has spent time in the Antarctic, with scientists at the British Antarctic Survey and the Australian Antarctic Division. L. A. Larkin lives in Sydney and London, and teaches mystery and thriller writing.http://www.lalarkin.com/
Patrick Larkin

Patrick Larkin is a best-selling novelist specializing in historical and military fiction. His collaborations with Larry Bond, including RED PHOENIX, VORTEX, CAULDRON, THE ENEMY WITHIN, and DAY OF WRATH, have won critical acclaim for their suspense, realism, and unblinking appreciation of geopolitical and modern military realities.
Gary Larson

Gary Larson lives in Oregon with his wife and a Big dog. Although retired from his job as a daily syndicated cartoonist, he is now turning his graphical talent to new forms of technology.
Kirby Larson

Kirby Larson is the acclaimed author of the 2007 Newbery Honor book, Hattie Big Sky.
Erik Bertrand Larssen

Erik Bertrand is a performance consultant who energizes people into successful careers and happier lives. After a career with the military as a paratrooper, he worked in the telecom industry, moved into headhunting and then started mental and career coaching on the side. A holder of a Masters degree in business economics, Erik is the number one mental trainer in Norway with clients ranging from business executives at Fortune 500 companies to Olympic medalists. An Oslo, Norway native and a father of four, Erik splits his time between his hometown and New York City.
Åsa Larsson

Åsa Larsson was born and grew up in Kiruna, Sweden. She is a qualified lawyer and made her debut in 2003 with The Savage Altar, which was awarded the Swedish Crime Writers' Association prize for best debut novel. Its sequel, The Blood Spilt, was chosen as Best Swedish Crime Novel of 2004, as was The Second Deadly Sin in 2011. Her novels have been adapted for television and will be shown in the UK on More 4 from January 19, 2018.
Stieg Larsson

Stieg Larsson was the Editor-in-Chief of the magazine Expo. He was a leading expert on anti-democratic, right-wing extremist organisations. He died in 2004, soon after delivering the text of the novels that make up the Millennium Trilogy.
Alice Lascelles

Alice Lascelles writes about hard liquor for The Times and co-founded the award-winning magazine for bartenders and sommeliers, Imbibe. Her articles and columns have also appeared in The Sunday Times, Time Out and Financial Times. A second life as a musician has seen her tour with the White Stripes and record sessions for national radio. She lives in London with her husband, two sons and cocker spaniel Daisy.
Sara Laschever

Sara Laschever has written for publications such as the New York Times, the Harvard Business Review and Glamour.
Adam Lashinsky

Adam Lashinsky is a Senior Editor at Large for Fortune magazine. As the magazine's leading correspondent in Silicon Valley, he has interviewed all of the technology industry's top figures. He also is a weekly commentator on the Fox News Channel and prior to joining Fortune he wrote for TheStreet.com and the San Jose Mercury News.