Martina Devlin is a bestselling author and award-winning journalist. She has had eight books published including the number one best-seller Banksters, a co-authored account of the Irish banking collapse written with RTÉ's David Murphy.
Published in September 2014, Martina's latest book is The House Where It Happened, a novel inspired by a true story.
Other work includes Ship of Dreams, a novel about the Titanic – inspired by a family connection with the disaster – and a memoir, The Hollow Heart. She started writing fiction after winning a Hennessy Literary Award for her first short story in the 1996, and has been shortlisted twice for the Irish Book of the Year awards.
A former Fleet Street journalist, she writes weekly columns for the Irish Independent, and contributes essays to RTÉ Radio 1’s Sunday Miscellany.