Elle Croft was born in South Africa, grew up in Australia and moved to the UK in 2010 after travelling around the world with her husband. She works as a freelance social media specialist and also blogs about travel, food and life in London.
Afraid Of The Light (2020) (with Rachael Blok, Heather Critchlow, James Delargy, Clare Empson, Jo Furniss, N J Mackay, S R Masters, Phoebe Morgan, Dominic Nolan, Robert Scragg, Victoria Selman, Kate Simant and Adam Southward)
Elle Croft recommends
Beautiful Liars (2018)
"Beautiful Liars is a gripping psychological thriller, but it's a lot more than that, too. It explores themes of friendship, of memory, of our pasts and of the lengths we'll go to in order to belong."
I, Witness (2018)
(PI Madison Attalee, book 1)
"Totally engaging, fast-paced and edgy ... completely captivating. I, Witness kept me guessing till the very end. Pick this book up if you're after a page-turner with attitude."
Her Name Was Rose (2018)
"I devoured it in a couple of days. Claire Allan managed to maintain an unsettling sense of unease that started at the very beginning and didn't let up at all."
The Dream Wife (2018)
Louisa de Lange
"That ending . . . It had me questioning everything! So clever and twisted and disturbing."
The Flower Girls (2019)
"I was completely hooked! The Flower Girls is dark and unsettling, with complex characters that drew me in from the very beginning. It was an utterly absorbing read, with a clever twist at the end, as well as a few unexpected moments throughout."
Blood for Blood (2019)
(Ziba Mackenzie, book 1)
"Victoria has created characters that are all complex and captivating, and the plot was fast-paced and totally thrilling."
Grace is Gone (2020)
"I was completely gripped, horrified, nervous, suspicious . . . I think I felt ALL of the emotions while reading it."
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