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Elizabeth Haynes is a police intelligence analyst. She lives in a village near Maidstone, Kent, with her husband and son.
Her first book, Into the Darkest Corner, was Amazons Best Book of 2011 and winner of Rising Stars 2011. It was longlisted for the CWA John Creasey (New Blood) Debut Dagger and has been translated into multiple languages. The film is being produced by Revolution Films, with BAFTA winner Tinge Krishnan directing. Her second novel, Revenge of the Tide, will be published by Myriad in March 2012.
Author photo © Ryan and Jo Photography
In the crisp, early morning hours, the police are called to a suspected murder at a farm outside a small English village. A beautiful young woman has been found dead, blood all over the cottage she lives in. At the same time, police respond to a reported female suicide, where a car has fallen into a local quarry. As DCI Louisa Smith and her team gather the evidence, they discover a link between these two women, a link which has sealed their dreadful fate one cold night, under a silent moon.
A debut thriller that hit the ground running – gaining inclusions in last year’s TV Book Club, and in 2011 voted as Amazon Best Book of the Year, the winner of their Rising Star competition and also longlisted for the CEA John Creasey Dagger Award – not bad for a debut. But then such a scary and incredibly chilling novel of obsessive behaviour is going to hook any reader into one of those “can’t put it down” reading marathons. If you’re not one of the thousands of readers who’ve been knocked sideways by this thriller then start here. Like for Like ReadingGone Girl, Gillian FlynnSister, Rosamund Lupton Featured on The TV Book Club on More4 on 19 February 2012. The Lovereading view... This is an edgy and powerful first novel, utterly convincing in its portrayal of obsession, and a tour de force of suspense.
This invaluable resource provides information about and sources for researching 50 of the top crime genre writers, including websites and other online resources. * A timeline of major authors and events in the development of the crime fiction genre * Read-alike sections listing other authors whose works are similar in style or theme to those of ten major authors included in the book * Lists of major organizations and awards in the field of crime literature * A bibliography of online and print sources for biographical and critical information about crime genre authors