Carol Ann Lee (Author) CAROL ANN LEE's first book, Roses From The Earth: The Biography of Anne Frank, was published in fifteen languages and included a foreword by Anne's cousin Buddy Elias, who stated: 'Of the many authors, writers and historians who have written about Anne Frank and her father Otto Frank, Carol Ann Lee is the most knowledgeable and sets new scholarly standards.' Her subsequent book, The Hidden Life of Otto Frank was a Guardian Book of the Week. One of Your Own: The Life and Death of Myra Hindley is the definitive study not only of Hindley, but of the Moors Murders case. It was both a Times and an Independent Book of the Week and was featured on Radio 4's Woman's Hour. Carol's biography of Ruth Ellis, A Fine Day for a Hanging was shortlisted for the 2013 CWA Non-Fiction award. Her Murders at White House Farm is being filmed by New Pictures for broadcast on ITV1 in 2019. Carol's Somebody's Mother, Somebody's Daughter: The Victims and Survivors of the Yorkshire Ripper will be published in Spring 2019.
Peter Howse (Author) PETER HOWSE spent a year in Iraq as a member of the RAF while doing National Service in 1955, following which he joined the former Derby Borough Police. He served for ten years in uniform before becoming a training instructor. He was subsequently promoted to Chief Inspector as Sub-Divisional Commander of the Buxton South Sub-Division. Peter was awarded a Queen's Commendation for bravery in recognition of his actions in the Pottery Cottage case. Together with Detective Chief Inspector Mike Cole, he set up Crimestoppers on TV, which has become an established nationwide form of combating crime.