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Caroline Crampton has written and edited for Granta, the New Humanist, and the Guardian. She is the creator of the golden age detective fiction podcast Shedunnit.
Robert Cottrell was a foreign correspondent for the Financial Times and the Economist, writing from Hong Kong, Brussels, and Tokyo. Robert lives in Riga and founded Robert's Books, probably the finest second-hand English language bookshop in the Baltics.
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