Chris Cleave was born in 1973 and graduated form Balliol College, Oxford with a First in Experimental Psychology. Having worked at the Daily Telegraph and lastminute.com, he now writes full time and lives in London with his wife and son.
Eleven suicide bombers turn the stadium into an inferno during an Arsenal-Chelsea match. Her husband and four-year-old son are blown to smithereens. She is left with an empty ex-Council flat in Bethnal Green and nothing to live for. And so she writes Osama Bin Laden a letter to tell him just what she thinks.
Publisher: CHATTO & WINDUS LONDON