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Erin Kelly


UK flag (b.1976)

Erin Kelly was born in London in 1976 and studied English at Warwick University. She has worked as a freelance journalist for ten years, specialising in women, health, sex and lifestyle.

Genres: Mystery, Urban Fantasy, Young Adult Fiction
 
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Crossbones Yard (2012)
(Alice Quentin, book 1)
Kate Rhodes
"Like Nicci French, Kate Rhodes excels at character, pace and sense of place."
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Show, Don't Tell (2013)
Susanna Quinn
"A born Storyteller."
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Her Husband's Lover (2017)
Julia Crouch
"Totally unputdownable - until I got to the twist that made me drop the book."
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Tattletale (2017)
Sarah J Naughton
"Gripping, electrifying, heartbreaking."
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Exquisite (2017)
Sarah Stovell
"A perfect literary thriller. A moving, gripping story told in beautiful prose. The twists keep coming until the very last page. I loved this book."
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My Mother's Shadow (2017)
Nikola Scott
"A gripping family mystery told in lush, evocative prose."
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Dark Chapter (2017)
Winnie M Li
"A must-read...Stunning."
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Sweet Little Lies (2017)
(Cat Kinsella, book 1)
Caz Frear
"A blistering debut from a major new voice. I couldn't put it down. Authentic, compelling, unflinching and tender and written with real verve and assurance."
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Friend Request (2017)
(Friend Request, book 1)
Laura Marshall
"A read-it-in-one-sitting thriller . . . Twisty and gripping but always relatable, FRIEND REQUEST is the ultimate it-could-happen-to-you read."
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Give Me the Child (2017)
Mel McGrath
"Gripping and moving."
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The Missing Girl (2017)
Jenny Quintana
"A gripping debut from a serious new talent."
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The Daughter (2018)
Lucy Dawson
"Tense, twisty and all too close to home."
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Our Kind of Cruelty (2018)
Araminta Hall
"A tense intelligent thriller that kept me gripped and guessing until the last page - and thinking long after that."
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The House Swap (2018)
Rebecca Fleet
"‘I read The House Swap in one breathless sitting. Dark, smart, sexy, gripping, totally brilliant."
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The Almost Wife (2018)
Jade Beer
"I laughed like a bridesmaid on a hen night, I cried like the mother of the bride. A book to restore your faith in love."
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Take Me In (2018)
Sabine Durrant
"I opened the book after breakfast and looked up again at three, wondering where the day had gone. Sabine Durrant is a master at turning the secret anxieties everyone holds into page-turning, nail-biting drama."
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Give Me Your Hand (2018)
Megan Abbott
"SO. GOOD. A tense, pitch-perfect thriller about ambition and female friendship and a forensic examination of what it takes for women to rise through male-dominated spaces."
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Suicide Club (2018)
Rachel Heng
"Life-affirming . . . 'Be careful what you wish for' has never been so chilling, or so gripping."
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All the Hidden Truths (2018)
(DI Helen Birch, book 1)
Claire Askew
"Gripping, heartbreaking and horrifyingly plausible. I couldn't tear myself away from this book. Claire Askew is a stunning new voice in crime fiction."
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The Binding (2018)
Bridget Collins
"Pure magic. The kind of immersive storytelling that makes you forget your own name. I wish I had written it."
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The Last (2019)
Hanna Jameson
"A clever, original, scarily plausible white-knuckle read."
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In At the Deep End (2019)
Kate Davies
"Every woman should own a copy of this book."
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Daisy Jones & The Six (2019)
Taylor Jenkins Reid
"I spent a lost weekend in this book. Daisy Jones is an instant icon."
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The Body Lies (2019)
Jo Baker
"Powerful and moving, I read The Body Lies in one sitting. As a thriller, it grips and shocks: as a portrayal of the way women move through the world, and the way men see them, it has never been more timely. Absolutely stunning."
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The Most Difficult Thing (2019)
Charlotte Philby
"I devoured this beautifully written, intricately wrought and unique blend of spy thriller and domestic suspense: The Most Difficult Thing is The Night Manager set in a woman’s world. The twists keep coming, right down to that chilling last line."
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What You Did (2019)
Claire McGowan
"Brilliant, breathless...to the last shocking page."

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