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Caz Frear



Caz Frear grew up in Coventry and spent her teenage years dreaming of moving to London and writing a novel. After fulfilling her first dream, it wasn't until she moved back to Coventry thirteen years later that the writing dream finally came true.
She has a first-class degree in History & Politics, which she's put to enormous use over the years by working as a waitress, shop assistant, retail merchandiser and, for the past twelve years, a headhunter.
When she's not agonising over snappy dialogue or incisive prose, she can be found shouting at the TV when Arsenal are playing or holding court in the pub on topics she knows nothing about.

Genres: Mystery
 
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The Ruin (2018)
(Cormac Reilly, book 1)
Dervla McTiernan
"Heartbreaking and heart-stopping."
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Sticks and Stones (2018)
Jo Jakeman
"Sticks and Stones is a gem of a debut with a unique premise, tightly-crafted plot and believable characters who get under your skin from the start. Incredibly well-observed and sensitive in its handling of difficult subjects, it is, above all, thoroughly entertaining. Highly recommended!"
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Mine (2018)
J L Butler
"Fiendishly plotted and perfectly paced, MINE is a thrilling exploration of obsession, love, professional duty and personal trauma. Few books are worthy of a 4am finish, MINE is definitely one of them."
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Do No Harm (2018)
L V Hay
"From the cover to the title to the set-up to the ending, this will wrong-foot you in ALL the best ways."
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The Secrets You Hide (2018)
Kate Helm
"There aren't enough adjectives to describe how much I loved The Secrets You Hide, but after careful consideration, I'll go with brilliant, original and shocking."
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Blood & Sugar (2019)
Laura Shepherd-Robinson
"Every colour, sound and smell of 1780s Deptford flew off the page and the depth of the characters, without exception, was extraordinary."
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She Lies in Wait (2019)
Gytha Lodge
"She Lies in Wait delivers on just about every level - a killer premise, an absorbing plot that twists and turns at just the right pace, and in DCI Jonah Sheens a lead detective who has hit the page fully-formed and instantly likeable. One to watch!"
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To Catch a Killer (2019)
Emma Kavanagh
"Wow. Whether you like fast-paced thrillers or in-depth (spot-on) character-led mysteries, you're going to love To Catch a Killer by Emma Kavanagh. LOVED it."
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Dirty Little Secrets (2019)
Jo Spain
"Wonderfully drawn characters and more secrets and motives than you can shake a stick at. Loved, loved, loved."

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