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Sarah Pinborough

UK flag (1972 - )

aka Sarah Silverwood

Sarah Pinborough was born in 1972 in Buckinghamshire, and now lives just a few miles away after a childhood travelling all over the world (her father, now retired, was a diplomat) . . . until, aged eight, she packed her trunk and left the Middle East for a ten-year stretch in boarding school. The memories provide her with much material for her horror and supernatural thrillers . .
Nowhere Chronicles (as by Sarah Silverwood)
1. The Double-edged Sword (2010)
2. The Traitor's Gate (2011)
3. The London Stone (2012)
Tales From the Kingdoms
1. Poison (2013)
2. Charm (2013)
3. Beauty (2013)
Tales From the Kingdoms (omnibus) (2016)
Dr Thomas Bond
1. Mayhem (2013)
2. Murder (2014)
The Doctor Thomas Bond Omnibus (omnibus) (2017)
Series contributed to
Anthologies edited
British Fantasy Society Best Novel nominee (2006) : The Reckoning
British Fantasy Society Best Novel nominee (2007) : Breeding Ground
British Fantasy Society Best Novel nominee (2008) : The Taken
Bram Stoker Best Novel nominee (2013) : A Necessary End

Sarah Pinborough recommends
What You Don't Know (2017)
JoAnn Chaney
"A masterclass in character study, a beautifully woven story, and truly chilling at its core, this is a literary crime novel not to be missed!"
Exquisite (2017)
Sarah Stovell
"Exquisite is a powerful and assured debut thriller. Slickly claustrophobic and delicately wrought this arch story of obsessive forbidden love taken to the extreme will have you squirming in your seat even as you're driven to turn the next page. A must-read for 2017."
After the Fire (2017)
Will Hill
"Absorbing, gripping and darkly's a must-read novel!."
The Forgotten Girl (2017)
Rio Youers
"A page-turner of a novel with concepts that twist your mind, characters that tug at your heartstrings, and a narrative that leaves you breathless. The Forgotten Girl is a supernatural thriller that will ensure you never forget Rio Youers."
Bloody January (2017)
(Harry McCoy, book 1)
Alan Parks
"A blistering plot, unforgettable characters and writing so sharp it's like it's been written with a knife . . . Detective McCoy is a true noir antihero and the perfect guide through the vice and violence of Glasgow's underbelly. Bloody January firmly sets Alan Parks in the same league as Ian Rankin and Louise Welsh."
The Chalk Man (2018)
C J Tudor
"What a great book. A twisty thriller and downright creepy ending. 5 stars."
Nightfall Berlin (2018)
(Tom Fox, book 2)
Jack Grimwood
"A powerful new voice in thriller writing."

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