Hailing from the vibrant city of Manchester, Eliza Thornfield has always had a penchant for drama and the unexpected. A playwright turned novelist, her works often blur the lines between reality and fiction, pushing boundaries and challenging societal norms. With a master's degree from the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, her plays have been performed in theaters across the UK. Her breakout novel, "Shadows on the Canal," captures the gritty essence of urban life and has been hailed as a modern classic. Passionate about social issues, Thornfield uses her writing as a lens to comment on contemporary society. She enjoys jazz music, late-night poetry readings, and can often be found at local cafes, penning her next masterpiece.