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  • Maria Roberts - Literature North West
    OF WRITERS BUY BOOKS PUBLISHING NORTHWEST Maria Roberts Maria Roberts is 28 and is a freelance writer and journalist She studied English and Spanish at the University of Manchester and graduated from the Creative Writing School at MMU Events FULL

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  • Hamish Robinson - Literature North West
    bawdy and wry look at the pretensions of modern society in the face of humanity s classic and fundamental faults From the ghost of Lord Rochester wearily receiving the news of another female celebrity s death and remarking that old men must now put Their handkerchiefs to proper use for tears A tribute more in earnest than appears Robinson displays a formal accomplishment a mastery of rhyme and metre a

    Original URL path: http://www.literaturenorthwest.co.uk/author/188 (2016-02-15)
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  • Jenny Roche - Literature North West
    fiction drama and comedy materal TV comedy material theatre drama and comedy production news and feature articles published in newspapers and magazines Author of Teach Yourself Comedy Writing Also have an MA in Scriptwriting for Radio and TV and a Post Graduate Diploma in Script Editing Have some script reading experience Have 9 years experience of tutoring courses in creative writing freelance and introductory journalism scriptwriting and comedy writing at

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  • Jane Rogers - Literature North West
    reference guide to fiction She has taught writing to a wide range of students and is currently Professor of Writing on the MA course at Sheffield Hallam University Jane lives near Manchester with her partner and two children making occasional forays to Australia where her family live Jane s sequence appears in Ellipsis 2 Her story Lucky also appears in Manchester Stories 2 Listen to Jane read her short story Lucky Titles by Jane Rogers Ellipsis 2 Featuring Jane Rogers Polly Clark and Zoe Lambert A bank manager arrives at work one day to find himself the new employer of his ex wife In the middle of a shift a divorced bus driver abandons his vehicle to search for his estranged son Two sisters come to terms with their father s disappearance with the help of a skeleton called Indira The stories in Ellipsis 2 explore the inherent dysfunctionality of almost all relationships their aftermaths and the lengths people go to to redeem them From the ingrained resentments of Jane Rogers parent child histories to the twisted claustrophobia of Polly Clark s couples and the absence that travels beside each passenger in Zoe Lambert s bus sequence these stories demonstrate

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  • Bill Rogers - Literature North West
    out for Tom for Kate and for the City Shortlisted for the LongBarn Books Debut Novel Award The 1st of the Tom Caton Manchester Crime Series A good juicy crime read dovegreyreader www dovegreyreader com Voted the UK s Number 1 Literary Blogg 2010 Price 9 99 Details ISBN 9781 1 906645 Publisher Grosvenor House Publishing Genre Fiction Setting Greater Manchester Extent 370pp The Head Case Roger Standing CBE Head of Manchester s Harmony High Academy School and the Prime Minister s Special Adviser for Education is dead DCI Tom Caton is not short of suspects But if this is a simple mugging gone wrong then why is MI5 ransacking Standing s apartment and disrupting the investigation And why are the widow and her son taking the news so calmly Something is rotten in the corridors of power And the killer is poised to strike again The second in the Tom Caton Manchester Crime Series As a fan of Val McDermid Ian Rankin and Stuart Macbride I ll have to add Bill Rogers to my list A Duchmann Price 9 99 Details ISBN 978 0 9564220 Publisher Caton Books Genre Fiction Setting Greater Manchester Extent 352pp The Tiger s Cave Twelve bodies no motive the hunt is on A lorry full of illegal Chinese immigrants arrives in Hull Twenty four hours later their bodies are discovered close to the M62 motorway Two young men man and a girl are missing and their lives are at risk Supported by the Serious and Organised Crime Agency Caton must travel to China to pick up the trail But he knows that the solution is closer to home in Manchester s Chinatown and time is running out The third book in the Tom Caton Manchester Crime Series Fast moving descriptive well researched and full of intrigue An excellent example of the genre Alan Wheatley Price 9 99 Details ISBN 9780956422019 Publisher Caton Books Genre Fiction Setting Greater Manchester Extent 349pp A Fatal Intervention A successful barrister a wrongful accusation a mysterious disappearance It s the last thing Rob Thornton up and coming Manchester barrister expects an early morning knock on the door arrested for rape When his mysterious accuser Anjelita Covas disappears he sets out to find her in London s criminal underworld and then back in Manchester A series of rhyming messages arrive each of them signalling a murder In tunnels deep beneath the city lies a heart of darkness where Rob most confront his nemesis and make the hardest decision of his life The fourth in the Tom Caton Manchester Crime Series can equally be read as a stand alone Spellbound throughout The tempo was fast and action packed with plenty of unepected twists James Dubois Pace intrigue and twistsa plenty first class Joe Capello Price 9 99 Details ISBN 9780956422033 Publisher Caton Books Genre Fiction Setting Greater Manchester Extent 331pp Bluebell Hollow DCI Tom Caton s world is rocked when he learns of a son by a former lover Then the

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  • Andrew Ross - Literature North West
    available and so began a ten yearslog driving around Europe living on overdraft sleeping in hostels cheap hotels or the back of his car After a 15 year climb up the rankings Alain Baxter caused the biggest upset at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics by clinching Britain s first ever skiing medal Agonisingly the ecstasy was short lived No sooner had he returned to a hero s welcome

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  • Nicholas Royle - Literature North West
    Director s Cut and Antwerp in addition to more than 100 short stories which have appeared in a variety of anthologies and magazines He has edited twelve anthologies including A Book of Two Halves Phoenix The Tiger Garden A Book of Writers Dreams Serpent s Tail The Time Out Book of New York Short Stories Penguin and Dreams Never End Tindal Street Press He lives in Manchester with his wife

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  • Patricia Runaghan - Literature North West
    has a diploma in local history from the University of Liverpool Titles by Patricia Runaghan Father Nugent s Liverpool 1849 1905 Illegal Immigration Juvenile crime Inner city poverty He confronted them all Very little has been written about Father James Nugent s work in Liverpool yet during the second half of the 19th century there was hardly a household in the city that did not recognise his name Price 4

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