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Alice Clark-Platts

Alice Clark-Platts is a former human rights lawyer who has worked at the UN International Criminal Tribunal in connection with the Rwandan genocide, and on cases involving Winnie Mandela and the rapper Snoop Dogg. She studied at Durham University and is a graduate of the Curtis Brown creative writing course whose fiction has been shortlisted for literary prizes.

Genres: Mystery
Alice Clark-Platts recommends
All the Little Children (2017)
Jo Furniss
"Marlene Greene is a very modern mother and all the more realistic for it. Jo Furniss has the ability to tap into emotions without sentimentality, leaving you thinking long after the story finishes."
For Your Own Protection (2017)
Paul Pilkington
"For Your Own Protection is another riveting thriller from Paul Pilkington. Fast-paced but wrought with emotion, this book had me gripped for days."
Black River (2020)
(Tuva Moodyson Mystery, book 3)
Will Dean
"Terrifically tense, Black River is Tuva's most intense story yet. Loved it."
Little White Lies (2020)
Philippa East
"Grabs you deftly and then burns to a searing conclusion."
Call Me Mummy (2021)
Tina Baker
"I rattled through Call Me Mummy, biting my nails the entire time. Tense and gripping, these characters will stay with me for a long time."
The House of Whispers (2021)
Anna Kent
"Unsettling and creepy, The House of Whispers is a gothic yet very modern tale of a descent into madness. But whose decline are we witnessing? Anna Kent kept me guessing at every turn, right up until the last shocking page."
Little Nothings (2022)
Julie Mayhew
"Devilishly clever and beautifully written."
The Mysterious Case of the Alperton Angels (2023)
Janice Hallett
"Absolutely loved The Mysterious Case of the Alperton Angels. So gripping but also has real emotional heart. Bravo."

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