Mark Llewellin was raised in the Cotswolds, studied drama at Wakefield College and currently lives in Stalybridge, Cheshire. His career has encompassed spells with British telecom, London Transport and British Airways as well as a stint as a guide at London's famous Highgate Cemetery. For seven years he was Marketing Director for the Coliseum Theatre in Oldham, Lancashire, and these days is a co-director of a public relations agency based in Nottingham and Manchester, and a lecturer on media and marketing. Mark is also a regular broadcaster and his first radio play 'Utterly Frank' is due to be broadcast by BBC Radio 4 later in 2004. Peter Riley is a professional writer, journalist and publisher who has contributed to many national and regional magazines and newspapers. He has written and appeared in over 100 radio programmes and he presented and co-produced two series for BBC Radio Manchester. His TV appearances include 'Tonight', 'Frost on Sunday' and 'Crown Court'. He is also co-founder of the Cheshire based publishers P & D Riley Peter is also the author of 'The Highways and Byways of Jack the Ripper' and 'An Illustrated Guide to Jack the Ripper' as well as numerous local history books.