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Allie Reynolds

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British-born Allie Reynolds is a former freestyle snowboarder who spent five winters in the mountains of France, Switzerland, Austria, and Canada. Her short fiction has been published in women's magazines in the UK, Australia, Sweden, and South Africa. She lives by the beach in Queensland, Australia. Shiver is her debut novel.

Genres: Mystery

   Shiver (2021)
   The Bay (2022)
   The Swell (2022)
Allie Reynolds recommends
The Chalet (2020)
Catherine Cooper
"A cleverly plotted thriller set almost entirely in the French Alps. The descriptions of the snow and the cold brought back nostalgic memories and made me feel like I was there. I loved the action on the ski slopes and the insight into the world of ski chalets."
The Sanatorium (2021)
Sarah Pearse
"A seriously sinister setting, an incredible sense of place and a twisty, unpredictable plot combine to make an utterly terrifying read. I loved it."
The Siren (2021)
Katherine St John
"Behind the glitz and glamour lie some truly dark secrets. The cast of actors and actresses made fabulously deceptive characters who kept me guessing right the way through. The Siren is a captivating mystery with a glamorous Caribbean setting and one of the most original and fascinating villains I've come across."
When They Find Her (2021)
Lia Middleton
"A twisty tale of parental love and a lie with terrible consequences. Dark, intense and so compelling that I read it in a single sitting."
The Dark (2021)
Emma Haughton
"Tense, thrilling and unpredictable, with one of the most unique and dangerous settings imaginable, THE DARK is a totally chilling read."
Five Minds (2021)
Guy Morpuss
"Gripping, fast-paced and incredibly original. Five Minds is out of this world in the best possible way."
Payday (2021)
Celia Walden
"I think every working woman will relate to this story. I was enraged in places and cheering certain characters on, then questioning my own judgement. An intelligent, thought-provoking and highly topical story with some great twists."

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