Ann Granger is a longstanding author with a career spanning approximately 24 years and more than 30 novels. We are thrilled that she will be attending the BookCrossing Convention in Oxford to present to us about her work. In common with many attendees at the BookCrossing Convention, books have been a passion for Ann from a young age.
Ann writes mystery novels and her latest book ‘The Testimony of a Hanged Man’ was published on 1st January 2015. She writes books in a number of different series, featuring a range of historical and contemporary characters:
- Campbell & Carter are an Inspector and Superintendent solving mysteries in a Cotswold village
- Lizzie Martin is the companion and later wife of Inspector Ben Ross from a Victorian era Scotland Yard
- Fran Varaday is an aspiring actress and amateur sleuth living on the fringes of modern society
- Mitchell & Markby, a police detective and his female friend, investigate a series of classic village whodunnits.
Ann was born in Portsmouth, England but is well travelled having lived in a number of countries across Europe and Africa. More recently she has settled in Oxfordshire with her husband and two sons. She is looking forward to meeting the international attendees of the Convention as she is aware that writing crime fiction is writing for a worldwide audience. To find out more about Ann and her novels, visit her website.