Bestselling Fiction & Non-Fiction Authors, from The Orion Publising Group
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Thomas Hardy

Born in 1840, Thomas Hardy is one of the nation's best-known novelists. The author of such classics as FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD, TESS OF THE D'URBERVILLES and JUDE THE OBSCURE, Hardy is renowned for his novels set in the Wessex landscape.
M. John Harrison

M. John Harrison (1945 - ) Michael John Harrison is the author of, amongst others, the Viriconium stories, The Centauri Device, Climbers, The Course of the Heart, Signs of Life, Light and Nova Swing. He has won the Boardman Tasker Award (Climbers), the James Tiptree Jr Award (Light) and the Arthur C. Clarke Award (Nova Swing). He lives in Shropshire.
Topper Headon

Topper Headon joined the Clash in 1977. He was there for the five crucial years of the band before being sacked in 1982.
Cicely Herbert

EDITOR BIOGRAPHY:Three compilers who alone determine the selection of poems:Judith Chernaik ? American academic from Brooklyn, now a London resident.Gerard Benson ? widely published professional poet, gives regular poetry performances, lives in Bradford.Cicely Herbert ? widely published, London resident, also professional poet.
Bryan Hitch

Bryan Hitch is a renowned comic book artist. He is also the co-creator and artist behind both The Authority and The Ultimates along with Mark Millar. Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief, Joe Quesada attributed much of the current popularity of comics in the movies to the style of Bryan's work and Time Magazine named The Ultimates as the most influential comic book of the last decade. Bryan lives in Leatherhead, Surrey.
Michael Holding

Michael Holding was born in Jamaica in 1952 and became one of the most admired cricketers in the modern game, not only at international level but in English county cricket.
Leo Hollis

Leo Hollis was educated at Stonyhurst College and read history at UEA. He is the author of books on London and Paris, and works in publishing. He lives with his wife and children in London.
Michel Houellebecq

Michel Houellebecq lives in County Cork, Ireland. He is the bestselling author of Atomised, Platform, Lanzarote and Whatever. He is also a poet, essayist and rap artist.
Tristram Hunt

Professor Tristram Hunt is a lecturer in history at Queen Mary, University of London. Previously, he was an associate fellow at the Centre for History and Economics, King's College, Cambridge, and research fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR). Educated at Cambridge and Chicago Universities, he has worked as a government adviser. As well as authoring a number of BBC television programmes, he is a regular contributor to the Guardian, The Times and The Observer.
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