Lyndsay Faye is the internationally bestselling author of five novels, the most recent of which is JANE STEELE, a re-imagining of JANE EYRE as a heroic vigilante murderess.  Her Timothy Wilde trilogy has been translated into 14 languages and the first installment, THE GODS OF GOTHAM, was nominated for an Edgar Award for Best Novel.  She writes for the Eisner Award-nominated comic WATSON AND HOLMES and frequently pens pastiches about the Great Detective and the Good Doctor.  A collection of her short stories, THE WHOLE ART OF DETECTION: LOST MYSTERIES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES, has just been published.  She lives in Queens with her husband Gabriel and her cats, Grendel and Prufrock.