No Place Like Home

Written by Rebecca Muddiman — Some people are born lucky, others drag their bad fortune behind them like Jacob Marley’s chains. Polly Cooke definitely falls into…

Do No Harm

Written by LV Hay — Some authors delight in leading their readers up the garden path and, in truth, many of us love being taken…

Shame on You

Written by Amy Heydenrych — Social media. We can’t live without it these days, no matter how much we’d like to. Love it or hate…

From the Shadows

Written by Neil White — From the Shadows opens with a nameless stalker watching a woman from inside her flat. He’s a professional, and knows how…

Exquisite

Written by Sarah Stovell — It takes quite some nerve to combine the title ‘Exquisite’ with the sensuous cover art of this book. Yet the picture…

The Escape

Written by CL Taylor — Stranger danger is instilled into every child these days, but adults? We don’t need to be told… or do we?…

I See You

Written by Clare Mackintosh — The simple things in life can transform into something terrifying when put in the hands of someone with a warped imagination.…

Are You Watching Me

Written by Sinéad Crowley — Liz Cafferkey works at Tír na nÓg in Dublin. In Gaelic it means The Land of The Young, a place in pre-Christian…

Never Look Back

DI Mike Lockyer has an autistic brother. He also has a failed marriage. The wedding ring on a chain round his neck is a constant…

NTN: The Waiting Game

Written by Sheila Bugler — After an impressive debut last year with Hunting Shadows, Sheila Bugler returns with The Waiting Game. It’s her second London-based…

Evil Eye

Written by Joyce Carol Oates – An acclaimed novelist, short story writer, poet, essayist, and literary critic, Joyce Carol Oates was once dubbed ‘the dark…

Eyes on You

Written by Kate White — Robin Trainer is ecstatic at the success of her new book, and she loves her even newer job as a…

The Nightmare Place

Written by Steve Mosby — Have you ever looked at one of those old-fashioned drawings people share on Facebook now and then? You know the ones…

Interview: Clare Donoghue

Back in 2011, Clare Donoghue’s manuscript The Watcher was longlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger. It didn’t win but she stuck with it and last…