Rachel Abbott Myles Allfrey Lin Anderson Linwood Barclay Quentin Bates Stephen Booth
Nancy Swing Peter Tickler Rebecca Tope L C Tyler Evonne Wareham Louise Welsh Carol Westron Anne Zouroudi
Marissa de Luna is an author with a passion for travel and adventure. Marissa grew up in Goa before she moved to Oxford where she now lives.
But her time spent in Goa has always been an inspiration to her. On a recent trip there, in awe of the tranquility and charm of the rural villages, she conceived the idea of Detective Chupplejeep.
Jackpot Jetty is the third book in the Chupplejeep mystery series set in rural Goa, although Marissa is the author of six books. http://www.marissadeluna.com
William Shaw John Simenon Nicola Slade Michael Farris Smith Michelle Spring Michael Stanley Linda Stratmann Aline Templeton
Kathy Reichs Kate Rhodes Michael Ridpath Mike Riplay Mark Roberts Eileen Robertson Michael Robotham Leigh Russell
Oli Munson Peter Murphy Chris Pavone Christine Poulson Karen Pullem Sheila Quigley Sarah Rayne Linda Regan
Ben McPhearson Priscilla Masters Susan Moody Donna Moore Fidelis Morgan Alison Morton T F Muir Adrian Muller
Peter James Alison Joseph Alanna Knight Donna Leon Peter Lovesey Shona MacLean Claire Mackintosh Jessica Mann
Alex Gray Elly Griffiths Adam Hamdy Mari Hannah Paul Hardisty Jane Harper Kate Helm Suzette Hill
Linda Davis Jeff Dowson Kate Ellis Martin Edwards Ruth Dudley Edwards Shamini Flint Anthea Fraser Marni Graff
Charlie Cochrane Lesley Cookman Jeff Cohen Elizabeth Corley M W Craven Richard Creasey A J Cross The Deadly Dames
Jacqueline Winspearwas born and raised in the county of Kent, England. Following higher education at the University of London’s Institute of Education, Jacqueline worked in academic publishing, in higher education and in marketing communications in the UK. She emigrated to the United States in 1990, and while working in business and as a personal/professional coach, Jacqueline became a regular contributor to journals covering international education and travel, and has published articles in the Washington Post, Huffington Post, The Daily Beast and other publications. Her short stories have appeared in magazines internationally, and Jacqueline has recorded her essays for KQED radio in San Francisco. She has contributed to several anthologies of essays and short stories.