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Portrature of the Writers invited to the "Edinburgh International Book Festival 2007". Scotland

Edinburgh 16/08/2007. International Book Festival. Lindsey Davis was horn in Birmingham but now lives in Greenwich. After an English degree at Oxford she joined the Civil Service but now writes full time. Lindsey Davis was awarded the first CWA Ellis Peters Historical Dagger for her top-ten bestseller Two for the Lions. She was recently voted as one of the top 50 authors in the Waterstone's Reading Survey and received the 1999 Sherlock Award for Best Comic Detective for her creation. Marcus Didius Falco.

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Edinburgh 16/08/2007. International Book Festival. Lindsey Davis was horn in Birmingham but now lives in Greenwich. After an English degree at Oxford she joined the Civil Service but now writes full time. Lindsey Davis was awarded the first CWA Ellis Peters Historical Dagger for her top-ten bestseller Two for the Lions. She was recently voted as one of the top 50 authors in the Waterstone's Reading Survey and received the 1999 Sherlock Award for Best Comic Detective for her creation. Marcus Didius Falco.