Mark Sanderson

Mark Sanderson is a journalist writing mainly for the Sunday Telegraph and Evening Standard. Since 1999 he has written the Literary Life column in the Sunday Telegraph. A memoir, Wrong Rooms, published in 2002 to widespread acclaim was described by Melvyn Bragg as “one of the most moving I have ever read”.


His first work of fiction, Snow Hill, was published in January 2010. Gripping and visceral in its imagery, Sanderson’s latest offering does for the 30s what Jake Arnott did for 60s London – vividly revealing its hidden underworld in an unforgettably gripping crime novel.


Click on the jacket for more information

mark-sanderson-snow-hill

Other Articles

Guest post by Stella Duffy, author of Money in the Morgue.

Stella Duffy on growing up in New Zealand, her feminist father, and why she’s pleased Money in the Morgue will be published on International Women’s Day…        Stella Duffy photographed by Gino Sprio   I grew up in Tokoroa, a small town in New Zealand. We moved… Read More

Rachel Sargeant on her gripping psychological thriller The Perfect Neighbours

Rising star Rachel Sargeant talks about her new novel, The Perfect Neighbours, a dark and twisty psychological thriller with an ending you won’t see coming… When Helen moves abroad with her loving husband Gary, she can’t wait to meet her fellow expat teachers from the local International School. But… Read More

Kimberley Chambers on her explosive new thriller, Life of Crime

More commonly known as The Queen of Gangland Crime Fiction, #1 Sunday Times bestseller Kimberley Chambers has written a brand new standalone novel, Life of Crime.  Meet Jason Rampling – he will do anything to give him and his family a better start in life and slowly but… Read More