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C.G. Hatton is a writer and editor based in the North-East of England. She has a PhD in geology and a background in journalism, having worked as a sub-editor and editor at several newspapers.
She has published six books so far in the Thieves’ Guild sci-fi/thriller series, the first three books in a YA series set in the same universe, and edits the Harvey Duckman Presents... series of scifi, fantasy, steampunk and horror anthologies.
She loves meringue and football (Tottenham Hotspur), drinks rum and listens to Linkin Park, has climbed active volcanoes, walked on the Great Wall of China, and been mugged in Brazil. She is married with two young daughters and is currently working on the next book in the Thieves' Guild series.

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Since going super high-tech last year with software-based high end intelligence analysis to document my Thieves’ Guild stuff, I’ve ditched right back to pen and paper this year, and not only that, but someone (the wonderful Lisa Lovebucket) invited me to be part of the Post Apocalypse School of Teesside… and so began a summer of boiling up vegetables, leaves and fruit and filling the house wi

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