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Jenny Quintana


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Jenny Quintana grew up in Essex and Berkshire, before studying English Literature in London. She has taught in London, Seville and Athens and has also written books for teaching English as a foreign language, alongside her fiction book The Missing Girl. She is a graduate of the Curtis Brown Creative writing course. She now lives with her family in Berkshire.

Genres: Mystery
 
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Blood & Sugar (2019)
Laura Shepherd-Robinson
"A truly addictive read about such a terrible and important part of our history."
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She Lies in Wait (2019)
(DCI Jonah Sheens, book 1)
Gytha Lodge
"She Lies in Wait drew me in from the very first page. Gytha Lodge has created a compulsive crime novel with a heartbreaking story and a complex plot as well as a whole set of brilliant characters, especially the clever and likeable DCI Sheens. Difficult to put down, it kept me guessing until the end."
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The Taking of Annie Thorne (2019)
C J Tudor
"Dark and creeping and utterly unpredictable, The Taking of Annie Thorne is another triumph of a novel by C J Tudor. With its compelling characters and witty writing, it grips from the very first page."
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The Hidden Wife (2019)
Amanda Reynolds
"Excellent and wonderfully atmospheric."
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I Thought I Knew You (2019)
Penny Hancock
"A truly compelling story that captures exactly the complexity of friendship and motherhood and how everything we think we know can be challenged in one heartbreaking instant . . . Wonderful."
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The Neighbour (2019)
Fiona Cummins
"Drew me in from the very first page with her original and compelling prose. Dark, creepy and intense with brilliant characters and a clever plot with an ending I didn’t see coming."
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The Killer in Me (2019)
(Dublin Crime Bureau, book 2)
Olivia Kiernan
"Tense, fast-paced . . . An excellent read."
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The Doll Factory (2019)
Elizabeth Macneal
"The Doll Factory is one of the best books I’ve read in ages – heartbreaking and evocative. Elizabeth Macneal draws a vivid picture of life in 1850s London, exploring the world of the pre-Raphaelites and examining the position of women through her unforgettable heroine. At the same time, Elizabeth creates a perfectly structured and page-turning story of love and passion; crime and obsession. A wonderful and intense novel. I loved it."

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