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Louise Voss and Mark Edwards are the co-authors of Killing Cupid, Catch Your Death and All Fall Down. They have been writing together for fourteen years.
Mark lives in Wolverhampton with his young family and works as a copywriter, while Louise lives in Surrey with her daughter and organises concerts in a university music department.
Mark and Louise can be found on Facebook.com/vossandedwards where they chat with readers, announce exclusives and give away lots of prizes.
They can also be found on Twitter, @mredwards and @louisevoss1, and blog regularly on www.vossandedwards.com.
Author photo © Eamonn McCabe
July 2013 eBook of the Month. A fantastic and frankly terrifying thriller from the bestselling partnership of Mark Edwards and Louise Voss who wrote Catch Your Death. Out of the blue Amy gets an email from her ‘sensible’ sister saying she is off traveling and not to look for her. Sensing something is wrong Amy starts digging and is drawn into the dark and seductive world of anonymous internet hook-ups. She has also unwittingly attracted the attention of a killer who uses social media as his stalking ground...A cautionary tale in these modern times!
A dark, obsessive, 'who's watching who' stalker novel, told in two first person journals of Siobhan the creative writing tutor and Alex, one of her students. How can you tell if someone wants you as much as you want them? How far do you go to prove it to them? Louise Voss, Mark Edwards joint authors of the self-published sensation Catch Your Death are back with another corker of a story.
January 2012 MEGA Book of the Month. A shining example of the power of self-publishing, this was an eBook sensation in 2011 and is now a real book! Dan Brown meets Stieg Larsson meets Michael Crichton in a fast-paced rollercoaster thriller set in an English countryside teeming with evil scientists, stone-cold killers, a deadly virus and a beautiful but vulnerable Harvard professor.