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Jennifer Morag Henderson is a writer from Inverness. Her first book "Josephine Tey: A Life" was listed as a Book of the Year by the Observer, the Independent, and the Telegraph, and acclaimed by reviewers in the Wall Street Journal, TLS, Literary Review, and elsewhere. Jennifer writes about history and biography, with a particular interest in the history of the north of Scotland, and her new book "Daughters of the North: Jean Gordon and Mary, Queen of Scots" was published in March.
Martin Edwards received the CWA Diamond Dagger, the highest honour in UK crime writing, in 2020. A prolific author, he has been described by Otto Penzler as ‘the best living practitioner of the classic detective story’ and by the British Library as ‘the leading expert on classic crime’. He is the author of twenty-one novels, including Gallows Court and Mortmain Hall.