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.


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