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Rob Jovanovic
Perfect Sound Forever: The Story of Pavement

Rob Jovanovic is the author of much-admired books on Beck and R.E.M. and is a regular contributor to Mojo and Record Collector.

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Teddy Hayes
Blood Red Blues: A Devil Barnett Novel

Teddy Hayes grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. A writer, playwright, and musician, he owns a music production and booking company in London that tours American jazz and R&B acts throughout Europe.

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Tom O'Neill
Shark Tank

Tom O'Neill is a former attorney from Philadelphia. He now lives near Seattle. Shark Tank is his first novel.

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Shelly Reuben
Weeping

Shelly Reuben is the author of Origin and Cause, Spent Matches, and the Edgar-nominated Julian Solo. She is a licensed private detective, and has been investigating fires and arsons in New York for over twenty years.

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Robert Girardi
The Wrong Doyle

Robert Girardi is the author of three previous novels – Madeline’s Ghost, The Pirate’s Daughter, and Vaporetto 13 and a collection of novellas, A Vaudeville of Devils: 7 Moral Tales.

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M.J. Simpson
Hitchhiker: A Biography of Douglas Adams

M.J. Simpson is co-founder of Britain’s best-selling science fiction magazine, SFX. He has written for numerous sci-fi and general interest magazines, and is the author of The Pocket Essential Hitchhiker’s Guide.

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Nina FitzPatrick
Daimons

Nina Fitpatrick is the nom de plume of Nina Witoszek, a Polish-born writer now living in Oslo, Norway, and the late Patrick Sheerhan, of Galway, Ireland.

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Marcos M. Villatoro
Minos

Marcos M. Villatoro is the author of two previous novels, and the host of "Shelf Life," a weekly interview program on Pacifica radio. He lives in Van Nuys, California.

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Suzi Parker
Sex in the South

Suzi Parker is an independent journalist and lifelong Southerner who lives and works in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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Boris Fishman
Wild East: Stories from the Last Frontier

Boris Fishman was born in Minsk, Belarus in 1979, and moved to the United States at the age of nine. He returned in 2000 to work in the political section of the US Embassy in Moscow.

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Ruaridh Nicoll
White Male Heart

Ruaridh Nicoll was raised in the highland county of Sutherland. He has been an underwriting agent at Lloyd's of London, a barman in Brooklyn, a geologist's assistant in Australia, and Washington correspondent for the London Observer, among other occupations. He currently lives in Edinburgh, where he is at work on his second novel.

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Richard Cook
Blue Note RecordsA Biography

Richard Cook is the co-author of The Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD and is currently the editor of Jazz Review. He has been writing about jazz and other music for more than twenty-five years and makes his home in west London. He used to run Verve Records, Polygram's jazz label, and was one of NME's feature writers in the 80s.

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Bill Eidson
The Repo

Bill Eidson is the author of the thrillers One Bad Thing, The Guardian, Frames Per Second, and Adrenaline. He lives outside Boston, and is former New England chapter president of the Mystery Writers of America.

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James Berardinelli
ReelViews
The Ultimate Guide to the Best Modern Movies on DVD and Video

James Berardinelli was among the first and is one of the best known online film critics. He began posting reviews to the Usenet newsgroups in 1993, when only a small percentage of U.S. households possessed an Internet connection. By 1996, when he inaguarated his web-site, ReelViews, he had already penned more than 800 reviews

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Matthew Branton
The Hired Gun

Matthew Branton was born in 1969 and studied at Sheffield Polytechnic and Manchester University. He divides his time between London the beautiful north shore of Hawaii. He is the author of three previous novels, including The Love Parade (Penguin, 1997), The House of Whacks (Bloomsbury, 1999) and Coast (Bloomsbury, 2000). When not writing, he can be found surfing the wild waves of the ocean, or teaching the finer points of riding a skateboard.

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Ken Bruen
The White Trilogy

Ken Bruen, in addition to writing several of the most acclaimed British crime novels of the past decade, has a varied past that includes stints teaching in Africa and Vietnam, four months in a South American prison, a brief period as a security guard at the World Trade Center, and work as an actor for horror film director Roger Corman.

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Patrick Dillon
Gin: The Much Lamented Death of Madam Geneva

Patrick Dillon was born in London and has always held a passionate interest in it and it’s history. He studied architecture and architectural history at University College, London. He has, for the past twelve years, run a successful London architectural practice with projects including buildings for the Poetry Society and the Chelsea Theatre.

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Scarlett Thomas
Dead Clever

Formerly of London, Scarlett Thomas lives in Devon with her boyfriend and dog. She is the author of several books, including In Your Face and Seaside, the other novels in the Lily Pascale series, forthcoming from Justin, Charles & Co.

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