Thrilled to be able to share these snaps of audiobook narrator, David Thorpe, recording THE SCRIBE at Isis Audio’s studios this week. So excited to hear my books brought to life by such a fabulous reader. Look out for THE SCRIBE and THE ABDUCTION in audio early next year!
As 2020 draws to a close, I have written a piece reflecting on this unprecedented of years; a year for me dominated by family illness, but also friendship, innovation and success..
Like your Christmas stories chilling and twisty? Look no further than my festive contribution for The Crime Readers’ Association. With huge thanks to The CWA for another fabulous initiative!
I was delighted to be invited onto the Thriller Women blog, by hosts and fellow crime writers, Penny Batchelor and EC Scullion. Thank you to these fabulous women for asking such brilliant questions. I really enjoyed answering them!
As it’s been a little over a year since my debut thriller, The Scribe, was published on 1 July 2019, I thought this was an opportune time to reflect on my first twelve months as a published crime author, not just because I thought it might be of interest to authors out there seeking publication, but also because it’s a chance for me to look back on all the great opportunities and learning experiences I’ve had, as well ...
My lockdown experience
I was delighted to share my experience of life at home for a writer during lockdown for The Crime Writers’ Association’s Crime Writers in Residence series. You can watch the full video here >
THE ABDUCTION, the sequel to THE SCRIBE.
Madeline Kramer has finally got her life back on track at top City law firm Sullivan, Blake, Monroe. But when two armed, masked men burst into a conference room one lunchtime, kidnapping a trainee and partner, Maddy’s life is plunged into disarray once more... Read more >