Phoebe Morgan is an author and editor. She studied English at Leeds University after growing up in the Suffolk countryside.
She has previously worked as a journalist and now edits crime and women’s fiction for a publishing house during the day, and writes her own books in the evenings.
Afraid Of The Light (2020) (with Rachael Blok, Heather Critchlow, Elle Croft, James Delargy, Clare Empson, Jo Furniss, N J Mackay, S R Masters, Dominic Nolan, Robert Scragg, Victoria Selman, Kate Simant and Adam Southward)
Phoebe Morgan recommends
The Guilty Wife (2017)
"A gripping portrayal of a woman under fire, which explores the blurry boundaries of innocence and guilt. The Guilty Wife will make you question those closest to you as the plot unfolds at pace, with an ending that pulls the rug from under your feet. A brilliant debut."
Her Last Lie (2018)
"An exciting new voice Brittany reels readers in with this twisty, clever thriller that will have you second-guessing everything "
The Liar's Girl (2018)
Catherine Ryan Howard
"The Liar's Girl is an incredibly compelling tale of guilt, secrecy and murder. Gripping from the start, Catherine Ryan Howard lures readers in from page one and brings every girl's worst nightmare to life. Unputdownable!"
A Mother's Sacrifice (2018)
"A clever, tense read that deserves to do well. Gemma Metcalfe is a fresh new talent and A Mother’s Sacrifice will have you gripped from start to finish."
Beautiful Liars (2018)
"A scarily well-drawn narrative about the dark underside of friendship, the lies we tell ourselves, and the way memory distorts reality. Gripping, clever and beautifully written, Isabel Ashdown's star is about to soar."
I, Witness (2018)
(PI Madison Attalee, book 1)
"I couldn't put I,Witness down. A hugely accomplished novel with a dark, sad story at its heart - the characters are so well drawn that I felt every twist along with them as Mackay expertly manipulates the reader. With a wonderful, chain-smoking and perfume-spraying private detective driving the narrative, this is a 2018 must-read."
Before Her Eyes (2018)
"Jack Jordan is such a talent - incredibly pacy, frighteningly taut - I defy you to put this book down!"
Summer at the Kindness Cafe (2018)
"Victoria Walters has such a wonderful, fresh voice and the characters really do leap off the page. The perfect pick-me-up, and a timely reminder of the importance of kindness in every part of life."
Closer Than You Think (2019)
"A stellar and original concept, brilliantly executed. The final chapters had my heart in my throat! O’Sullivan is certainly one to watch."
Have You Seen Her (2019)
"Relentlessly pacy and brilliantly written, Have You Seen Her is a tense, believable nightmare that you won’t be able to put down."
Unfollow Me (2019)
"Chilling, smart and sinister, Charlotte Duckworth is back with a brilliant new read."
Are You Afraid of the Dark? (2019)
Seth C Adams
"Chilling and absorbing a brilliant portrayal of how quickly situations can spiral out of control."
The Alibi Girl (2020)
(Alibi , book 2)
C J Skuse
"A dark, addictive read with CJ Skuse’s trademark humour I loved it."
Little White Lies (2020)
"Addictive brilliantly written and incredibly tense. I couldn’t put it down!"
Precious You (2020)
Helen Monks Takhar
"Disturbing, zeitgeisty, and twisted, Precious You will make you second-guess everything and change the way you look at your colleagues forever."
I Made a Mistake (2020)
"Jane Corry is at the top of her game and her latest novel cements her place as one of the superstars of thegenre. I Made A Mistake is her best yet."
What Lies Between Us (2020)
"Packed full of darkness and suspense, John Marrs once again proves himself as a voice to be reckoned with in [What Lies Between Us]."
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