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Laura Marshall


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Laura Marshall grew up in Wiltshire and studied English at the University of Sussex.

In 2015 she decided it was time to fulfil a lifetimes ambition to write a novel, and enrolled on the Curtis Brown Creative three month novel writing course.

Her first novel, Friend Request, was runner-up in the Bath Novel Award 2016 and shortlisted for the Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize 2016.

Laura lives in Kent with her husband and two children.

Genres: Mystery
 
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The Marsh King's Daughter (2017)
Karen Dionne
"Unlike anything else I've read. Haunting and unputdownable."
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The Boy Made of Snow (2017)
Chloë Mayer
"Heartbreaking, chilling and beautifully written, THE BOY MADE OF SNOW will stay with me for a very long time."
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The Perfect Girlfriend (2018)
Karen Hamilton
"Thrillingly different and totally gripping. I loved it!"
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Sticks and Stones (2018)
Jo Jakeman
"A gripping story, sensitively told."
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Now You See Her (2018)
Heidi Perks
"A gripping tale of friendship and deceit, where nothing is what it seems."
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Him (2018)
Clare Empson
"Gripping, involving, heartbreaking ... really interesting and thought-provoking on the impact of shame and silence."
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The Orchid Girls (2018)
Lesley Sanderson
"Loved this. A gripping thriller full of secrets and lies."
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The Hunting Party (2018)
Lucy Foley
"I loved The Hunting Party – a gripping, eerie thriller set in a beautifully imagined remote wilderness with pitch-perfect characters."
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Freefall (2019)
Jessica Barry
"Wow. I barely drew breath as I galloped through this gripping debut thriller. I loved it!"
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The Woman in the Dark (2019)
Vanessa Savage
"LOVED The Woman in the Dark by Vanessa Savage. Unputdownable thriller that I devoured in a couple of sittings."
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Blood for Blood (2019)
(Ziba Mackenzie, book 1)
Victoria Selman
"I raced through this gripping, dark thriller and loved the central character. Can’t wait for the next installment."

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