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Cass Green

aka C S Green, Caroline Green

Cass Green is the pseudonym of Caroline Green, an award-winning author of fiction for young people. Her first novel, Dark Ride won the Rona Young Adult Book of the Year and the Waverton Good Read Award. Cracks and Hold Your Breath garnered rave reviews and were shortlisted for eleven awards between them. She is the Writer in Residence at East Barnet School and teaches Writing for Children at City University. Caroline has been a journalist for over twenty years and has written for many broadsheet newspapers and glossy magazines. The Woman Next Door is her first novel for adults.

Genres: Mystery
Cass Green recommends
The Deaths of December (2017)
Susi Holliday
"With a chilling, highly-original premise and the quality writing we've come to expect from Susi Holliday, The Deaths of December is a festive cracker of a crime novel."
Shadow Man (2017)
(DI Lukas Mahler, book 1)
Margaret Kirk
"A new star of tartan noir is born. Kirk has written a brilliantly tense, atmospheric debut. I can't wait to read more in this highland crime series."
The Guilty Wife (2017)
Elle Croft
"I couldn't put this down. Pacy and gripping."
The Echo Killing (2018)
(Harper McClain, book 1)
Christi Daugherty
"Hot as a Savannah summer, The Echo Killing reels the reader in with a skilful build-up of tension until you are sent hurtling towards a nerve-shredding climax. I was turning the pages with a genuinely racing heart. I can’t wait to meet Harper McCLain again."
While You Sleep (2018)
Stephanie Merritt
"Sexy, scary and gripping."
Beautiful Liars (2018)
Isabel Ashdown
"A gripping exploration of friendship and twisted family secrets. Highly recommended."
The Cliff House (2018)
Amanda Jennings
"With a page-turning plot, brilliant sense of place and beautifully-drawn characters The Cliff House deserves to be one of the biggest hits of the summer."
One Little Lie (2018)
Sam Carrington
"‘Sam Carrington has done it again. One Little Lie is a twisty, gripping read … I loved it."
The Rival (2018)
Charlotte Duckworth
"Absolutely terrific, a beautifully written debut from an exciting new voice in psychological fiction."
Keep Your Friends Close (2018)
June Taylor
"I loved the setting and characters in this book and wholly bought into their world. June Taylor is going from strength to strength."
The Secrets You Hide (2018)
Kate Helm
"One of the most original characters I've come across, this debut is an absolute gripper. I predict big things for Kate Helm."
Cuckoo (2018)
Sophie Draper
"Spooky and absorbing. I was gripped from the first page."
Dead Stock (2018)
(Ant & Bea Mystery, book 2)
Rachel Ward
"Another brilliant Ant and Bea adventure. This series gets better and better."
The Hunting Party (2018)
Lucy Foley
"The Secret History meets And Then There Were None, this is a fantastic crime debut."
The Girl Next Door (2019)
Phoebe Morgan
"Skilfully plotted and with a twist I never saw coming…a terrific read!"
Sleep (2019)
C L Taylor
"A new Cally Taylor is always cause for excitement and Sleep is another cracker."
What You Did (2019)
Claire McGowan
"Hitting the rare sweet spot between a satisfying read and a real page turner, this brilliantly written book deserves to fly high."
Seven Days (2019)
Alex Lake
"A thoroughly entertaining, gripping read."
Through the Wall (2019)
Caroline Corcoran
"A terrific debut, which gripped me from the very first page."
The House Guest (2020)
Mark Edwards
"This is Mark Edwards’s best book yet. An absolutely chilling tale that gripped me from the first page to the last."
Black River (2020)
(Tuva Moodyson Mystery, book 3)
Will Dean
"Well, this was another absolute cracker. Thank you Will Dean for letting me spend some more time with one of my favourite crime fiction characters – Tuva Moodyson. Atmospheric, creepy and utterly gripping."
Harrow Lake (2020)
Kat Ellis
"What a thrill-ride Harrow Lake is. If you like Stephen King, you'd be mad not to snap this up."
The Chalet (2020)
Catherine Cooper
"I was gripped by The Chalet from start to finish and loved the vivid setting. A cracking read."
The Appeal (2021)
Janice Hallett
"Fiendishly clever, highly original and totally gripping."
The Last House on Needless Street (2021)
Catriona Ward
"Brilliant. This is a book everyone is going to be talking about. Dark, clever and utterly page-turning."
Five Strangers (2021)
E V Adamson
"A twisty, dark, urban thriller."
The Girl on the Platform (2021)
Bryony Pearce
"Dark, twisty and highly entertaining."
The Thin Place (2021)
C D Major
"A highly entertaining and spooky mystery."
The Dark (2021)
Emma Haughton
"THE DARK is the kind of heart-pounding, sleep-stealing read that you want to recommend to everyone you meet. An absolutely thrilling book."
The Perfect House (2021)
R P Bolton
"Gripping, well written and genuinely creepy."
The Hive (2022)
Scarlett Brade
"A dark, stylish and gripping revenge thriller from an exciting new voice."
The Institution (2023)
Helen Fields
"Wow - what an absolutely pulse-pounding, stay-up-all-night read this was. Bravo, Helen Fields!"

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