Roz Nay grew up in England and studied at Oxford University. She has been published in The Antigonish Review and the anthology Refuge. Roz has worked as an underwater fish counter in Africa, a snowboard videographer in Vermont, and a high school teacher in both the UK and Australia. She now lives in British Columbia, Canada, with her husband and two children.
Roz Nay recommends
Find You in the Dark (2018)
"Crafty and dark, Nathan Ripley's novel toys with the lines between predator and prey, his sentences as careful and considered as the crimes he depicts...a truly exciting new voice in the thriller world."
Still Water (2018)
(Clare and Malcolm, book 2)
"As swift, intense, and vengeful as the river it describes, this book is a must-read. Secrets swirl in the deep of Still Water, Stuart’s gripping new thriller of loss and refuge. With a gallery of characters on the run, the pages beat and churn like an aching heart."
Girls' Night Out (2018)
Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke
"Set against the idyllic backdrop of tropical Mexico, Girls’ Night Out twists its way through the dark recesses of friendship, proving that nothing is ever uncomplicated or quite as shiny as it seems. An exciting new thriller from a proven team."
The Homecoming (2019)
"Pyper has the unique ability to write beautiful, relaxing sentences which, two hours later, have me sleeping with all the lights on and jumping every time the dog barks. The Homecoming is both heartwarming yet utterly terrifying. There’s no doubt that Pyper is a genuine craftsman of our time."
The Taking of Annie Thorne (2019)
C J Tudor
"Gripping and dark, The Hiding Place descends like its very own mine shaft, getting creepier the further you go. You’ll race to the finish."
Woman on the Edge (2019)
Samantha M Bailey
"A tale so tightly told that you won't swallow or exhale for the entire duration. Dark, riveting, utterly gripping.... Bailey is a new name to watch in the genre!"
Better Luck Next Time (2020)
"As with all intelligent comedy, Kate Hilton's Better Luck Next Time has a broken heart and a rising sense of panic just below the surface of what's funny. Hilarious and poignant, you'll want to be best friends with the entire Hennessy family."
The Ancestor (2020)
Lee Matthew Goldberg
"Beautifully written, and capturing the unforgiving grit of Gold Rush Alaska, Lee Matthew Goldberg’s The Ancestor is a thrilling page-turner with an ache in its heart. I’m a huge fan."
You Will Remember Me (2021)
Hannah Mary McKinnon
"Hannah Mary McKinnon delivers a tight-paced, twisty thriller with an ending so epically dark that I'm now reconsidering how nice she can possibly be in person."
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