Wensley Clarkson was one of Britain's most successful young journalists before moving to Los Angeles with his wife and their four children in 1991--an experience that inspired his book, A Year in La La Land. His other books--which have sold in more than a dozen countries--include the tabloid newspaper expose Dog Eat Dog, a biography of the actor Mel Gibson, plus four best-selling true-crime books Hell Hath No Fury, Like A Woman Scorned, Love You to Death Darling, and Doctors of Death.
Wensley Clarkson has been a writer and investigative journalist all his working life. His career has taken him from local newspapers to many of the world's most prestigious newspapers and magazines. He is author of such True Crime Library titles The Railroad Killer, The Mother's Day Murder, Women Behind Bars and The Good Doctor.