Richard MacAndrew has worked in ELT for over 35 years. He has taught in Finland, Sweden, Malaysia and Great Britain. He has been a freelance writer since 1996, writing a number of readers for the Cambridge English Readers series, as well as a variety of books for other British and American EFL publishers.
The University Murders
"Tell me again about this woman you killed," said Logan. "I've told you already Inspector," replied Billy. "I killed her and left her body in the grass." When an Edinburgh man says he has murdered a young woman, Inspector Logan doesn't believe him. Billy Marr has lied about crimes many times before. But then a young woman is found dead in a park. Soon there is another body. Perhaps Billy is not so innocent after all.
Ed Cambridge - Level 1 to 4.
Philip Prowse began his professional life with the British Council, for whom he taught and trained teachers in Egypt, Portugal, Greece and Poland. Returning to the UK he became the principal of a large residential language school where he was responsible for a wide range of teacher training courses, as well as language courses for teenagers and adults. He has been writing throughout his career, and has been a full-time writer and trainer for the last fifteen years.
When Frank Wormold buys a computer to help him with his writing, he gets a lot more help than he wants. The ensuing battle of wills between himself and the computer makes Frank realise what the important things in life really are. Paperback-only version. Also available with Audio CD including complete text recordings from the book.
Ed Cambridge - Level 1 to 7.
Sue Leather has been in the ELT field for thirty years. Originally from the north west of England, between 1985 and 2000, she worked as a teacher, teacher trainer and educational manager in Spain, UK and the Netherlands. She has an MA in Education from the Institute of Education, University of London. She has written a number of articles for ELT journals and magazines, and is a frequent presenter at international conferences. In 2000, she set up her own consultancy group, Sue Leather Associates, and works on educational projects all over the world. Her main interests within ELT are materials development, teacher training and trainer training.
Detective Flick Laine goes to Pine Crest, a ski resort in Colorado USA, to investigate the murder of Janine, a 23-year-old student of journalism. What was the big story Janine was working on before her death?