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Sarah Lotz is a screenwriter and novelist who pens urban horror novels under the name S.L Grey with author Louis Greenberg, YA zombie novels with her daughter, as Lily Herne, and is one third of pseudonymous erotica author Helena S. Paige. She lives in Cape Town with her family and other animals.

Genres: Horror, Fantasy, Mystery

   1. The Three (2014)
   2. Day Four (2015)
   Pompidou Posse (2015)
   The White Road (2017)
   Reborn (2018)
   Missing Person (2019)
   The Impossible Us (2022)
     aka Impossible
   Dark Harvest (2014) (with Toby Bennett, Amy Lee Burgess, Autumn Christian, Sonya Clark, Carrie Clevenger, Nerine Dorman, Rab Swannock Fulton, D C Petterson, Anna Reith, Liz Strange and Donn Webb)
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Sarah Lotz recommends
Tracer (2015)
(Outer Earth, book 1)
Rob Boffard
"The literary equivalent of a base jump: fast, exhilarating and unforgettable, and once you start it you can't stop. I loved it."
False Hearts (2016)
(False Hearts, book 1)
Laura Lam
"That rarest of things - a fast-paced thriller with tons of heart and soul. Set in a chillingly believable future, it's bursting with original concepts and unforgettable characters. I defy anyone to put it down."
South (2016)
(Divided America, book 1)
Frank Owen
"An absolute binder of a book. It's a post-apocalyptic game changer."
The Mark (2016)
(Juliet Seven, book 1)
Edyth Bulbring
"An entrancing, truly original novel packed with twists you won't see coming and a heroine that breaks the mould. Unputdownable."
Behind Her Eyes (2017)
Sarah Pinborough
"If BEHIND HER EYES isn't the thriller of the year, there is no justice. Hugely entertaining, utterly compelling and the ending will leave you reeling."
Little Darlings (2019)
(DS Harper, book 1)
Melanie Golding
"A changeling-inspired page-turner of note with a highly satisfying ending, it’ll stay with you long after you’ve read it."
Growing Things and Other Stories (2019)
Paul Tremblay
"Both wildly entertaining and deeply unsettling, Paul Tremblay's writing has a way of sneaking under your skin and messing with your head. On the surface, Growing Things is a collection of bite-sized, disturbing and brilliantly observed stories, each one a tour de force of originality and verve, but it's far more than that. Some are interconnected in surprising ways; some will make you question everything you thought you knew about the craft of writing and the horror genre. And like the unstoppable undergrowth in the titular story, all are infused with an atmosphere of creeping dread. Superb. Can't rate it highly enough."
Red Hands (2020)
(Ben Walker, book 3)
Christopher Golden
"This barnstorming thriller-with-a-twist starts with a whammy and doesn't let up until the last page. Clear your schedule - you won't be able to put this down once you start it. Reads like a Stephen King novel on speed."

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