Mark Watson is the acclaimed author of six books, most recently The Place that Didn't Exist, Hotel Alpha, and The Knot, which have been published in twelve languages. He is also a stand-up comedian and has won numerous awards in Britain and Australia. He regularly appears on TV, has had his own cult Radio 4 series and been named the Edinburgh Festival's highest achiever of the decade by The Times. He lives in North London.
PRAISE FOR MARK WATSON'S NOVELS: 'Funny, sharply observed and unexpectedly moving' The Times 'Hugely recommended. Gentle, compassionate, unusual and thought-provoking' Chris Cleave 'A pitch-perfect tragicomedy of ordinary - and not so ordinary - family life' Jonathan Coe 'A beautifully observed, touching and funny book of considerable power' A. L. Kennedy