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Mark Edwards

Mark Edwards writes psychological thrillers in which scary things happen to ordinary people and is inspired by writers such as Stephen King, Ira Levin, Ruth Rendell and Linwood Barclay.

Genres: Mystery
Mark Edwards recommends
Her Last Tomorrow (2015)
Adam Croft
"Croft takes a scalpel to modern marriage in this dark, unpredictable tale. Fans of Peter James will love it."
The Girl Who Walked in the Shadows (2016)
(George McKenzie Crime Thriller, book 3)
Marnie Riches
"Fast, furious, fantastic...One killer thrillers!."
The Trophy Child (2017)
Paula Daly
"Sheer perfection. THE TROPHY CHILD is gripping, darkly funny and bound to induce spasms of guilt in even the least pushy parent. I can’t remember the last time I was so enthralled. I want to stand on a mountain top and tell everyone to read this brilliant novel."
Everything But the Truth (2017)
Gillian McAllister
"A fast-paced page turner with an emotional punch that sets it apart from so many other psychological thrillers."
Trust Me (2017)
Gemma Metcalfe
"Gemma Metcalfe turns the screw until the tension is almost unbearable. A fast-paced debut with a twist that made me gasp."
The Marsh King's Daughter (2017)
Karen Dionne
"Original and exciting, with a thrilling ending. If you liked Room, you'll love it."
The Girl Who Came Back (2017)
Kerry Wilkinson
"An atmospheric page-turner that will appeal to anyone looking for a quality psychological thriller. The perfect summer read."
This is How it Ends (2018)
Eva Dolan
"Angry, compassionate and mind-blowingly clever, with a truly shocking ending."
Her Name Was Rose (2018)
Claire Allan
"A superior psychological thriller with an intriguing set-up, a flawed heroine and some great twists. Recommended!"
In the Vines (2018)
Shannon Kirk
"A dark and twisted thriller, both poetic and page-turning. A treat for the discerning suspense lover."
To the Lions (2019)
(Casey Benedict, book 1)
Holly Watt
"A globe-trotting tale of investigative journalism that crackles with the energy of peak James Ellroy."

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