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Miranda GloverMiranda Glover has published three novels with Transworld; Meanwhile Street (2009) Soulmates (2007) and Masterpiece (2005), which was shortlisted for the Pendleton May first novel award and translated into seven languages. She is currently developing a fourth, historic novel set in Italy. She has also recently co-founded Queenbee Press (, and launched a collection of short stories, The Leap Year, (Nov 2009) with 5 other female writers. They have experienced critical acclaim for the project and reached number 4 in the Amazon Short Story bestseller list. A second collection, with a working title, Ten Past Eight, is due for October publication.

Miranda also teaches and mentors emerging female writers in small groups and through seminar programmes. She is often invited to speak at writers' forums and festivals. She has a publishing background in non-fiction; magazine, book and online content. She also produces print and online content for a creative consultancy. She has two children and lives in Somerset.

She is currently writing Lee, a novel about the life of the iconic American photographer, Lee Miller.

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David AmbroseIt's early morning and Meanwhile Street thinks it's waking to a regular Wednesday in May. Soon a disconcerting sound alerts Maggie and Gordon that something's not right. Throughout the day neighbours bear witness to a series of apparently unrelated incidents that, by midnight, leave a solitary fifteen-year-old running for his life and a Polish girl preparing to flee London for good.

It is Thursday before anyone knows that events have culminated in a single, heart-wrenching tragedy. In the aftermath, kids and adults from all backgrounds are forced across their thresholds to confront one another and the community they share. Love and trust, courage and cowardice, hope and despair, are all challenged, with some extraordinary and surprising consequences.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Meanwhile Street, Bantam Press, 2009; The Leap Year, Queenbee Press, 2009; Soulmates, Bantam Press, Transworld, 2006;  Masterpiece, Bantam Press, Transworld, 2004; sold to 13 foreign territories and in foreign editions including Dutch, Polish, Russian, Turkish.