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For obvious reasons, we protect the privacy of our reviewers.  Here are some brief biographical details.

Ray Caple is a retired archaeologist who lives in South Wales.

Hugo Dell is a freelance journalist, film critic and author, a regular contributor to Fighting Fit Online magazine and guest web editor of Simply Great Books website.

Zane F Fischer is the pseudonym of a published and self-published poet.

Andy Hurt is a software engineer based in Ottawa, Canada.

David John works for one of the world's top IT companies.  He has several degrees, including an MSc in E-Commerce.

Nancy Golan-Flinn Ludwin has worked as a designer in fashion, costumes and interiors design and was an instructor in costume design for Bristol Community College. She currently works at UMass Dartmouth as an MBA program coordinator. Her first love is writing; she is an avid reader and has published short stories.

Graham Lampard is a bookbinder from Northampton.

Patrick Mackeown is the author of the thriller novel The Expendability Doctrine, which comes highly recommended by the Midwest Book Review.

Timothy Mark is a Methodist minister, and writes in his spare time.  He lives in Yorkshire.

Ian Middleton is a travel writer and photographer.  He is the author of Hot Footing it Round the Emerald Isle and Mysterious World: Ireland.

Barbara Osborne is a teacher of transcendental meditation.  Cookery is one of her many hobbies.

Lesley Rice is a prize winning writer, a former editor of Digital Age magazine and author of three books who now runs her own publishing company specialising in non-fiction. She has an honours degree in Law.  

Sally Roberts Jones has been running her own publishing company for many years, and is a well-known figure in the Welsh literary world.

Nan Seal is a southerner from the USA, and has worked in academia as a researcher, administrator and teacher. Since retirement she has changed her focus from science to the Arts, opening a studio in her home town.

Felicity Stewart is a graduate in English Literature, and lives near Brecon.

Carol Thistlethwaite is a Lancashire-based poet.  She also reviews for Carillon.

Chris Williams, librarian and published poet, is an ex-secretary of Bridgend Writers' Circle and a reviewer for Cambrensis magazine.