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Jane Corry

Jane Corry is a journalist who has written regularly for numerous newspapers and magazines including the Daily Telegraph Weekend section, the Mail on Sunday, Woman, Womans Own, Good Housekeeping and Woman & Home. She spent three years working as the writer-in-residence at a high security prison for men.

Genres: Mystery

Jane Corry recommends
The Chance of a Lifetime (2015)
Kendra Smith
"An entertaining, fast-moving, page-turner for anyone dreaming of a new life."
Lily's House (2016)
Cassandra Parkin
"Lily's House has a voice that leaps out of the page and holds you tight. Fresh. Original. Spell-binding."
Final Girls (2017)
Riley Sager
"An intriguing original idea. We’ve all shuddered at bloodbath stories - but how does the survivor cope? It made me think outside the psychological box. Fresh voice, great characterisation and unexpected surprises. This stayed in my mind because it was different."
The House (2017)
Simon Lelic
"This terrifying thriller sent shivers through me."
The Guilty Wife (2017)
Elle Croft
"What a clever idea! This kept me reading through the night to see how 'the guilty wife' would get out of this one..."
The House Swap (2018)
Rebecca Fleet
"So engrossing that I forgot to turn off the bath taps. Nearly caused a flood."
My Mother's Secret (2018)
Sanjida Kay
"This gripping story about families and secrets takes the meaning of 'deception' to a new level."
Girls' Night Out (2018)
Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke
"This suspenseful novel is full of twists and turns, and makes clever use of chronology. It will make you think twice about going on a girls’ night out!"
Mother (2018)
Hannah Begbie
"Brilliant! Cuts to the heart yet powerfully uplifting. Read this book: it’s in a class of its own."
When I Find You (2018)
Emma Curtis
"A clever 'who dunnit' with a twist that almost made me miss my flight."
The Day of the Accident (2018)
Nuala Ellwood
"A clever, twisty plot that takes psychological mind games to a new level. Nuala Ellwood has done it again!"
Before I Find You (2018)
Ali Knight
"A sharp, witty psychological suspense with a difference. Be prepared for a fast ride and an unexpected destination."
The Au Pair (2018)
Emma Rous
"This will keep you turning those pages. The characters are still playing on my mind."
The Wrong Boy (2018)
Cathy Ace
"A clever plot with a web of intrigue and characters who stay with you."
Schoolgirl Missing (2019)
Sue Fortin
"A gripping portrayal of a family caught on the wrong side of the law."
To Catch a Killer (2019)
Emma Kavanagh
"Fast-moving. Unexpected twists. Punchy writing. This author has teeth! A perfect thriller for winter nights!"
The Girl Next Door (2019)
Phoebe Morgan
"A compelling plot which keeps the reader captivated until the final twist."
A Version of the Truth (2019)
B P Walter
"Beguiling, surprising and sometimes shocking. Cleverly crafted with characters who stay with you. Highly-polished debut."
My Lovely Wife (2019)
Samantha Downing
"The twist at the end of the first chapter made me read through the night. Clever. Manipulative. Dark. Disturbing. What more can you ask for?"
After the End (2019)
Clare Mackintosh
"This is the most moving book I have read this year. After the End made me cry but in the best possible way. I felt I was there, right inside the pages, wanting to hug each character. Put this on the top of your list. You won't regret it."
The Missing Wife (2019)
Sam Carrington
"A pacy read, packed with surprises. Will keep you on your toes."
Night Falls, Still Missing (2019)
Helen Callaghan
"Haunting...this story will stay with you."
I Will Make You Pay (2019)
Teresa Driscoll
"Scarily mesmerising . I Will Make You Pay sent butterflies of fear racing in my chest in the best possible way."
The Dilemma (2019)
B A Paris
"BA Paris is a mistress at tapping into fears you didn’t even know you had. This is a poignant, thoughtful family tale with a difference."
Little Friends (2020)
Jane Shemilt
"Little Friends is beautifully written. I was in the kitchen; in the garden; on holiday with all the characters. And I was there at the fallout. Jane Shemilt has a talent for taking you into her world - but be careful. It might not be what you think..."
My Lies, Your Lies (2020)
Susan Lewis
"Susan Lewis has a gift for telling warm family stories that also take you by surprise. One Minute Later will make you savor every second."
Who We Were (2020)
B M Carroll
"Reminds the reader that at the heart of many a seemingly confident adult, there lurks an insecure child. Riveting."
The Safe Place (2020)
Anna Downes
"Compellingly disturbing. Anna Downes is a powerful story writer who will lull you into a false sense of security - and then pounce. An author to be watched."
The Thursday Murder Club (2020)
(Thursday Murder Club, book 1)
Richard Osman
"What a tonic! A scrumptious mixture of wry humour, poignancy, OAP rebellion and the unexpected. I've never read a murder mystery like this one before. Should be on prescription."
Five Strangers (2021)
E V Adamson
"An 'of-the-moment' mystery which keeps you wondering until the final page."
Both of You (2021)
Adele Parks
"Sizzling. Shocking. Sassy. Made me sit bolt upright in bed when I got to the first twist. Adele has the gift of making you feel you are right there. Inside her characters. Your heart pounding."
The Serial Killers Wife (2021)
(Serial Killer, book 1)
Alice Hunter
"Twisty and suspenseful."
The Book of Sand (2021)
Theo Clare
"Fearless and compelling, lyrical and devastating by turns, the story never slackens pace. A stunning introduction to a wholly original world."
Payday (2021)
Celia Walden
"Seductive. Intelligent. Should have a 'must read' advisory on it."
The Curfew (2022)
T M Logan
"This will strike right to the heart of every teenage parent. I lost sleep over this one (in a good way!). Addictive, unexpected, scary and compelling."
All I Said Was True (2022)
Imran Mahmood
"This novel haunted me with its lyrical lies."

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