Larry Lamb has appeared in films including Superman and Buster, on the stage with the Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre and recently in Educating Rita at the award-winning Chocolate Factory Theatre, and in all the greats of British television from A Touch of Frost and Silent Witness to Spooks and Casualty. In recent years he has starred in two of the nation's most loved television greats: Eastenders and Gavin and Stacey. Follow Larry on Twitter @larrylamb47.
Freda Lightfoot was born and brought up in the mill towns of Lancashire. She has been a teacher, bookseller and smallholder but began her writing career by publishing over forty short stories and articles and five historical romances. She divides her time between her flat in the Lake District and her house in a small mountain village in Spain.To find out more information, visit Freda's website at www.fredalightfoot.co.uk
Suzanne Lockhart is Vice President of a multi-national food science organisation. In a career spanning over 20 years working with government agencies, global food manufacturers, farming groups and grocery retailers, she has insider knowledge of the politics and production of our food.After being diagnosed with depression in 1989, Suzanne has spent over two decades investigating the impact of a Western diet on physical and mental health. Mad Diet is the result of 25 years of study and her front-line experience as a senior food industry executive.
Dr Robert Lomas has established himself as one of the world's leading authorities on the history of science, and lectures at Bradford University's School of Management, one of the UK's leading business schools. He is a regular speaker on the Masonic lecture circuit as well as a strong supporter of the Orkney Science Festival. He has co-authored the best-selling The Hiram Key, The Second Messiah, Uriel's Machine and The Book of Hiram.Dr Robert Lomas lectures in engineering at Bradford University, and was involved in the early development of personal computers. He is the author of many bestselling books, including international bestsellers on Freemasonry such as THE HIRAM KEY and URIEL'S MACHINE.
James Lovell is much in demand for his skill in turning film scripts into novels. He is based in the US.
Like many boys who don't want to be train drivers or astronauts, Mark grew up wanting to be an Army Officer. After a standard schooling involving rugby, football, girls and all manner of detentions he left Oxfordshire for University College London to study Archaeology. Discovering a lack of real life India Jones moments Mark eventually fulfilled his boyhood ambition and commissioned into the Coldstream Guards in 2004. From Nigeria to Canada, Belize to Buckingham Palace, Mark had a diverse and fulfilling career, seeing active service in both Iraq and Afghanistan.On his return from Afghanistan Mark was diagnosed with PTSD and subsequently left the army in 2010. After a turbulent couple of years dealing with the aftermath of war Mark is now happily settled in South West London with his girlfriend. He runs a yoga business, pursues his passion for Archaeology and goes to therapy.