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Sophie Hannah


UK flag (1971 - )

Sophie Hannah is a best-selling, award-winning poet. Her latest collection, First of the Last Chances, was chosen for the Poetry Book Society's Next Generation promotion in June 2004. She regularly performs her poetry to live audiences nationwide and abroad, and recently won first prize in the Daphne Du Maurier Festival Short Story Competition for her psychological suspense story The Octopus Nest. Little Face is her first psychological crime novel. Sophie lives in West Yorkshire with her husband and two children.
 
Series
Culver Valley Crime
1. Little Face (2006)
2. Hurting Distance (2007)
     aka The Truth-Teller's Lie
3. The Point of Rescue (2008)
     aka The Wrong Mother
4. The Other Half Lives (2009)
     aka The Dead Lie Down
5. A Room Swept White (2010)
     aka The Cradle in the Grave
6. Lasting Damage (2011)
     aka The Other Woman's House
7. Kind of Cruel (2012)
8. The Carrier (2013)
9. The Telling Error (2014)
     aka Woman with a Secret
10. The Narrow Bed (2016)
The Sophie Hannah Collection Books 1-3 (omnibus) (2013)
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Hercule Poirot Mystery
continued from the original series by Agatha Christie
1. The Monogram Murders (2014)
2. Closed Casket (2016)
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Sophie Hannah recommends
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I Don't Know How She Does It (2002)
(Kate Reddy, book 1)
Allison Pearson
"Funny, heart-breaking, wise and delightful."
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Twisted Wing (2009)
Ruth Newman
"...scary, tantalisingly unpredictable and very, very hard to put down."
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The Missing (2010)
Jane Casey
"Compulsive, menacing and moving - a very satisfying psychological thriller."
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Chosen (2010)
Lesley Glaister
"A stunning take on religious cults with a great psychological thriller."
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Before I Go To Sleep (2011)
S J Watson
"So high-concept, so ambitious and so structurally brilliant. It's so rare to read a thriller that's perfect in every detail, but this one definitely qualifies!"
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Heart-Shaped Bruise (2012)
Tanya Byrne
"Intriguing and compelling."
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The Husband's Secret (2013)
Liane Moriarty
"The Husband's Secret is a staggeringly brilliant novel. It is literally unputdownable."
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Under a Silent Moon (2013)
(DCI Louisa Smith, book 1)
Elizabeth Haynes
"Haynes is the most exciting thing to happen to crime fiction in a long time."
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The Silversmith's Wife (2014)
Sophia Tobin
"A dense, intricate historical thriller in the tradition of Hilary Mantel."
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The Kind Worth Killing (2015)
Peter Swanson
"Gripping, elegantly and stylishly written, and extremely hard to put down!"
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The Red House (2015)
(DI Chloe Frohmann, book 2)
Emily Winslow
"Perceptive and penetrating...An exert analyst of the darkest parts of the human psyche."
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Things We Have in Common (2015)
Tasha Kavanagh
"A striking and highly enjoyable debut."
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Friday on My Mind (2015)
(Frieda Klein, book 5)
Nicci French
"Sophisticated, gripping, addictive, crime novels that stand head and shoulder above the competition."
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The Swimming Pool (2016)
Louise Candlish
"Totally gripping and truly awesome."
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Stay Gone (2016)
Holly Brown
"Holly Brown's novel are irresistibly readable..."
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Her Husband's Lover (2017)
Julia Crouch
"Brilliant, truly chilling."
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Ragdoll (2017)
(Fawkes and Baxter, book 1)
Daniel Cole
"A high concept solution to a mystery."
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The Honeymoon (2017)
Tina Seskis
"One of the world's leading experts at pulling the wool over readers' eyes until the very end."
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White Bodies (2017)
Jane Robins
"Immensely gripping."
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Bring Me Back (2018)
B A Paris
"An addictive new voice in suspense fiction."
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Skin Deep (2018)
Liz Nugent
"A stunningly talented writer."


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