Ann Mann has enjoyed an eclectic career in show business and the media. As a singer, she made numerous broadcasts on tv and radio in the sixties and performed in some of the top cabaret spots in the West End of London. She has produced and presented over 1000 programmes for tv and radio, worked for Walt Disney and Hammer Films and lectured on musical theatre and Irish literature. She has also written articles for major newspapers and other publications. Her first novel "The Impersonator" received excellent reviews and five stars on Amazon. Currently she is developing a Samuel Beckett adaptation for tv and her new novel "Arcanum" is slated for publication in November 2016.
All reviews for "The Impersonator" (2011) can be seen on Ann Mann's website listed below or at Matador.
Her new book "Arcanum" slated for publication in November 2016 is an Irish mystery set against the background of the Irish dance, historical repression in that country and linked by the age-old divinatory symbolism of the Tarot.