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Will Dean

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Will Dean grew up in the East Midlands, living in nine different villages before the age of eighteen. After studying Law at LSE, and working many varied jobs in London, he settled in rural Sweden with his wife. He built a wooden house in a boggy forest clearing and it’s from this base that he compulsively reads and writes.

Genres: Mystery

Tuva Moodyson Mystery
   1. Dark Pines (2017)
   2. Red Snow (2019)
   3. Black River (2020)
   4. Bad Apples (2021)
   5. Wolf Pack (2022)
Will Dean recommends
This is How it Ends (2018)
Eva Dolan
"A sublime and relevant urban literary thriller ... Eva is a brilliant storyteller and the stories she tells are as compelling as they are important. She's a star."
The Memory Chamber (2018)
Holly Cave
"Hugely ambitious . . .The Memory Chamber is vivid, compelling, and thought-provoking. Utterly original - I couldn't put it down. SUPERB."
Beautiful Liars (2018)
Isabel Ashdown
"Beautiful Liars is twisty, gripping, and utterly unpredictable."
The Cliff House (2018)
Amanda Jennings
"Haunting, stylish, intoxicating. Beautifully paced and a brilliant ending. Superb."
The Flower Girls (2019)
Alice Clark-Platts
"Chilling, atmospheric and incredibly compelling. EXCELLENT."
She Lies in Wait (2019)
(DCI Jonah Sheens, book 1)
Gytha Lodge
"A strong debut thriller with dual timelines. Mysterious, stylish, and utterly compelling."
Call Me Star Girl (2019)
Louise Beech
"Noirish psychological thriller with fascinating, disturbing characters. Compelling, twisty, and seriously addictive. EXCELLENT."
Dirty Little Secrets (2019)
Jo Spain
"Dark, funny, well-plotted, sinister. Superb."
On My Life (2019)
Angela Clarke
"Intelligent, pacy thriller... Taut, claustrophobic, fast-paced, moving. An incredibly gripping read."
The Eighth Girl (2020)
Maxine Mei-Fung Chung
"A multilayered and compelling exploration of Dissociative Identity Disorder. The author's expertise of the subject is clear. Intelligent, sensitive and totally engrossing."
Precious You (2020)
Helen Monks Takhar
"What a debut! Twisty, explosive, and hugely compelling, with hints of Gone Girl . . . Excellent."
The Hit List (2020)
Holly Seddon
"This novel kept me guessing to the end. A twisty, intelligent thrill ride. Excellent!"
The Art of Death (2021)
David Fennell
"A hugely compelling procedural thriller set in London. Unsettling, fast-paced, suspenseful and gripping. Loved the way the cityscape was rendered. Excellent."
When They Find Her (2021)
Lia Middleton
"Superb debut thriller - assured, elegant and utterly gripping. EXCELLENT."
Watch Her Fall (2021)
Erin Kelly
"Powerful, ingenious and EXCITING. Loved peeking behind the curtain and learning about Swan Lake. Memorable characters and gasp-out-loud twists. SUPERB!"
The Killing Kind (2021)
Jane Casey
"A beautifully-plotted standalone novel…authentic, tense, thrilling and completely engrossing."
Fragile (2021)
Sarah Hilary
"Beautifully written modern gothic. I took my time with this, savouring it - the tone of Sarah Hilary’s writing is unique to her: exploring society and human nature in a sensitive, engrossing way. Ingenious, original and brilliant."
The House of Ashes (2021)
Stuart Neville
"Superb. Some extraordinary (and beautiful) melancholic scenes. Poignant, compelling and immersive."
The Fields (2022)
(Riley Fisher, book 1)
Erin Young
"This is superb. Dark, immersive and seriously gripping. Hints of True Detective & The Silence of the Lambs."
Nobody But Us (2022)
Laure Van Rensburg
"Fresh & sharp. Who can resist a beautifully-written thriller featuring a forest & no phone reception? Atmospheric, edgy and completely engrossing - it grips like a vice. Exceptional."
After She'd Gone (2022)
Alex Dahl
"unsettling, bold, unpredictable, dark."

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