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Rosamund Lupton

Rosamund Lupton is the author of Sister, a Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller and a bestseller in Europe. Published in the UK by Little, Brown Book Group, Sister has been translated into over thirty languages and has international sales of over 1.5 million copies. It was the fastest-selling debut of 2010 by a British author, a BBC Radio 4, Book at Bedtime and was winner of the Richard and Judy Best Debut Novel of 2011 award and the Strand Magazine Critics First Novel Award. . Lupton's critically acclaimed second novel Afterwards also went straight into the Sunday Times bestseller lists and was the No. 2 Sunday Times fiction bestseller of 2011, with UK sales alone of more than 200,000 copies. The Quality of Silence is her third novel.

Genres: Mystery
Rosamund Lupton recommends
The Collaborator (2011)
Margaret Leroy
"Utterly beguiling... with its stunning and evocative description of the Guernsey landscape."
Under a Silent Moon (2013)
(DCI Louisa Smith, book 1)
Elizabeth Haynes
"A chilling, page-turning read."
The Intruder (2014)
P S Hogan
"Wonderfully creepy ... a deeply unsettling and original hero."
What She Knew (2015)
(DI Jim Clemo, book 1)
Gilly MacMillan
"Every parent's nightmare, handled with intelligence and sensitivity, the novel is also deceptively clever. I found myself racing through to find out what happened."
Post Mortem (2015)
(Collins and Griffiths, book 1)
Kate London
"Intelligent, atmospheric, captivating - this book draws you in and doesn't let you go. A must read."
The Last One (2016)
Alexandra Oliva
"Like The Hunger Games, Alexandra Oliva's novel is page-turning and deeply unsettling."
Under the Sun (2017)
Lottie Moggach
"In her beautifully written novel, Lottie Moggach gives rare insights into human relationships and the appalling things we can do to each other. Subtle, insightful and utterly compelling."
The Weight of an Infinite Sky (2018)
Carrie La Seur
"Powerfully evocative and page-turning."
Everything About You (2018)
Heather Child
"Black Mirror meets Gone Girl."
Big Woods (2018)
May Cobb
"Compulsively readable."
How It Ends (2018)
Saskia Sarginson
"Stunning writing and wonderful nuanced characterisation. I was hooked."
The Orphan of Salt Winds (2019)
Elizabeth Brooks
"Like Daphne du Maurier, this novel powerfully conjures up a place, a time and a story that are unforgettable."
The House on the Lake (2020)
Nuala Ellwood
"A gripping, and poignant novel...I read it in one sitting."
The Girl with the Louding Voice (2020)
Abi Daré
"A stunning novel - original, beautiful and powerful. I was utterly captivated by Adunni and her mesmerising louding voice."
Keeper (2020)
Jessica Moor
"Made me rage and weep and understand a little better. A powerful book telling stories that need to be heard."
The City of Tears (2020)
(Burning Chambers, book 2)
Kate Mosse
"That rare thing, a novel with vast scope and ambition, brilliantly achieved, but also deeply personal, finely detailed and nuanced. I was utterly immersed in this spell-binding story."
Just My Luck (2020)
Adele Parks
"Like a deft magician, this book reveals its twists only at the very end, I was completely astonished."
The Nesting (2020)
C J Cooke
"Norwegian fjords and folktales are beautifully evoked in this vivid and compelling novel."
The Paper Palace (2021)
Miranda Cowley Heller
"Absolutely phenomenal novel - dazzling writing and utterly addictive. Read it."
The Man on Hackpen Hill (2021)
J S Monroe
"Original and brilliantly plotted, with not so much a twist but a seismic shifting of the ground under your feet ... Amazing."
The Impossible Truths of Love (2021)
Hannah Beckerman
"So beautifully written, involving, and utterly heartbreaking."
The End of Getting Lost (2022)
Robin Kirman
"Both wildly beautiful and darkly sinister, The End of Getting Lost unveils the nature of obsession, love, and deceit. Sophisticated and utterly gripping."

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