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Caro Ramsay


Caro Ramsay was born and educated in Glasgow. She has been writing stories since she was five years old, developing a keen interest in crime fiction and a passion for the genre that lead her to write Absolution, her first novel.

Genres: Mystery
Anthologies edited
McIlvanney Prize Best Novel nominee (2018) : The Suffering of Strangers

Caro Ramsay recommends
The Paradise Trees (2013)
Linda Huber
"An emotionally intelligent thriller."
Meltdown (2014)
(Craig McIntyre, book 2)
Gordon Brown
"The action in this noel grabs you by the throat, punches you about the body then gives you a good slapping."
Born in a Burial Gown (2015)
(DI Avison Fluke, book 1)
Mike Craven
"Mike Craven is a forceful new voice in Britsh crime fiction ."
Ordeal (2016)
(William Wisting, book 5)
Jørn Lier Horst
"In the finest class of Scandinavian noir."
Till the Dust Settles (2017)
Pat Young
"An enthralling narrative of shifting identity juxtaposed with New York in crisis, Till the Dust Settles is a wickedly unnerving thriller from a writer who demands attention."
The Puppet Show (2018)
(Washington Poe, book 1)
M W Craven
"Mike Craven is a forceful new voice in British crime fiction."

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