Andrew Rosenheim was born in Chicago in 1955 and grew up there and in Michigan. He attended Milton, Yale, and Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. He worked in electronic publishing and artificial intelligence for over fifteen years, including eight years at Oxford University Press, where he was the Director of Electronic Publishing. Most recently he worked in book publishing and was the Managing Director of Penguin Press until he left in 2001 to write full time. Rosenheim is the author of the novel STILLRIVER (2004) and two earlier novels, THE TORMENTING OF LAFAYETTE JACKSON (1988) and HANDS ON (1993). He has also written articles, reviews, profiles, and obituaries for the TIMES, the INDEPENDENT, the DAILY TELEGRAPH, the GUARDIAN, the EVENING STANDARD, the NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, and many other publications. He is married and lives with his wife and twin daughters outside Oxford.