Non-fiction writer and novelist
Mark Sanderson is a renowned literary critic specialising in crime fiction. He writes for several papers, including the Evening Standard, The Sunday Times and The Observer and has a regular column in the Sunday Telegraph called The Literary Life.

In 2002, his memoir Wrong Door, about his lover's battle with terminal cancer, was published to great critical acclaim.

In 2010, he published his first novel, Snow Hill, a period crime novel that does for the '30s what Jake Arnott did for the '60s. The follow-up novel, The Whispering Gallery, was published in 2011, and the final book in the trilogy, Robin Hood Yard, will be published in 2014.