Bestselling Fiction & Non-Fiction Authors, from The Orion Publising Group
Our Authors
Judith Mackrell

Judith Mackrell is a writer and Dance critic for the Guardian. She was the ghostwriter for Darcey Bussell's 'Life in Dance'. She lives in London with her husband and two sons.
Ashley Mallett

Ashley Mallett was a tall off-spinner who bowled in Ian Chappell's Australian sides of the late sixties and early seventies. In 38 Tests he took 132 wickets. He's now a cricket writer and journalist.Ashley Mallett played test cricket with Doug Walters and is author of many books including -Chappelli Speaks Out.Ashley Mallett played test cricket with Jeff Thompson and is the author of many books, including Chappelli Speaks Out (Allen & Unwin, 2005) and One of a Kind: The Doug Walters Story (Allen & Unwin, 2008).
Brian Matthews

Professor Brian Matthews is the acclaimed author of Louisa (McPhee Gribble, 1987) and more recently of his idiosyncratic memoir, A Fine and Private Place (Pan Mac, 2000).
A.P. (Tony) McCoy

Tony McCoy has been racing in England since 1994 and is widely recognised as one of the greatest National Hunt jockeys of all time. In only two of the last thirteen years has he failed to win Jump Jockey of the Year.Follow on Twitter at https://twitter.com/AP_McCoy.
John Miller

John Miller's career has principally been in TV and radio (for the BBC) and for ten years until 1992 for the South of England ITV company, TVS. He is the author of biographies of Ralph Richardson, and for W&N/Orion: Judi Dench and Peter Ustinov. He collaborated with John Gielgud on AN ACTOR AND HIS TIME (Pan pb). He has also edited DARLING JUDI (W&N/Orion) which celebrated Judi Dench's 70th birthday.
Wendy Moore

Wendy Moore is a freelance journalist and author. Her first book, THE KNIFE MAN, won the Medical Journalists' Association Consumer Book Award in 2005 and was shortlisted for both Saltire and the Marsh Biography Awards. Her second book, WEDLOCK, has been highly acclaimed in reviews and was chosen as one of the ten titles in the Channel 4 TV Book Club. HOW TO CREATE THE PERFECT WIFE was published to rapturous reviews on both sides of the Atlantic.
Mark Mordue

Mark Mordue has written for Rolling Stone, Vogue, The Word and the Sydney Morning Herald. He is the author of Dastgah: Diary of a Headtrip, and has interviewed Nick Cave for several publications.
John Morris

John Morris was the first professional historian to undertake a comprehensive assessment of the scattered evidence concerning the infant years of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, their influence on each other and their relationship with Europe. The Age of Arthur is now the classic account of the British Isles from the fourth to the seventh centuries. Senior Lecturer in Ancient History at University College, London, the late Dr John Morris founded the journal Past and Present in 1952 and was its first editor. He initiated a major new edition of the Doomsday Book and, with A.H.M. Jones, the Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire. His last book, Londinium: London in the Roman Empire, was published in 1982.
Gavin Mortimer

Gavin Mortimer was born in London 34 years ago. As a freelance journalist he has contributed articles to a diverse range of magazines and newspapers, including the Observer, the Guardian, History Monthly and Esquire. The Longest Night is his fourth book and the second to be published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson. The first, Stirling's Men: the Inside History of the SAS in World War II, was published in 2004 and is now available in paperback.
Nana Mouskouri

Nana Mouskouri was born in Athens and continues to be one of the most successful popular singers in the world. She was appointed a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 1993, and served as a member of the European Parliament in the 1990s.
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