Josephine Moulds is an investigative journalist and writer living in Brighton. Her first novel, Revolution Never Lies, won the Crime Writers’ Association Debut Dagger in 2020. She used to live in Cuba, where she wrote for The Times, The Guardian and The Telegraph, among others. She has worked in-house at The Guardian and The Telegraph and continues to write for a wide variety of newspapers and magazines on social issues, the environment, and business. She has a BA in French and Spanish from the University of Manchester, and a post-graduate diploma in Politics and Social Studies from the University of Havana.