Araminta Hall has worked as a journalist since 1994 at some of Emap's biggest titles, including Bliss Magazine and New Woman. Since 2000 she has freelanced for a variety of magazines and national newspapers. She lives in Brighton with her husband and three children.
Araminta Hall recommends
The Secrets You Hide (2018)
"Clever concept so brilliantly executed. Compelling plot but more compelling character study that left me desperate to find out why instead of who. First class psych thriller."
Tell Me Your Secret (2019)
"A totally addictive, can't put down, rollercoaster ride of a story."
Unfollow Me (2019)
"A timely, page-turner of a novel, that asks the reader to think about all the ways we judge women, both personally and professionally."
Little Disasters (2019)
"A true psychological thriller shows us, as all the best ones do, that the scariest place is not the dark alleyway but inside the pathways of our own minds. Compelling and important."
The Vanished Bride (2019)
(Bronte Sisters Mystery, book 1)
"What a breath-taking concept that Rowan has completely pulled off - setting up our most beloved literary heroines as investigators in a compelling mystery that asks us to think about the constraints of women in that time . . . Fun, charming and intriguing."
"Reading Keeper is a visceral experience ... cleverly reminding us that for some women simply existing in a man's world is more dangerous than anything else."
Take Me Apart (2020)
"What a clever, visceral thriller. A raw, unfiltered twist on gaslighting that challenges how society treats women. It made me sad, angry, and fired up."
The Search Party (2020)
"A brilliantly tense tale of teenage frustration, lost souls, and sibling love, with an atmosphere as tense as the end of summer storm that threatens throughout the book. Plus a whirlwind of an ending that's like riding a rollercoaster."
The Thursday Murder Club (2020)
(Thursday Murder Club, book 1)
"A properly funny and totally charming murder mystery steeped in Agatha Christie joy. Also the best crime solving foursome and full of a type of Britishness that makes you smile."
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