Katherine St. John is a native of Mississippi and graduate of the University of Southern California. Over the years she has worked as an actress, screenwriter, director, photographer, producer, singer/songwriter, legal assistant, bartender/waitress, yoga instructor, real estate agent, and travel coordinator… but finds she likes writing novels best. Katherine currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and children.
Katherine St John recommends
If I Disappear (2021)
Eliza Jane Brazier
"This sinister take on the true crime media phenomenon is sure to send chills up your spine!"
People Like Her (2021)
"A gripping and timely exploration of the darker side of internet fame, People Like Her is a tense page-turner sure to keep you up past your bedtime!"
"Shiver sent chills up my spine! This taut and twisty thriller follows five former snowboarding champions trapped in a deserted ski resort, each hiding dark secrets about their shared past that pit them against one another. Cancel all your plans because once you pick up this page turner, you won't be able to put it down until you've reached its shocking conclusion!"
The Photographer (2021)
Mary Dixie Carter
"Unsettling from page one, Mary Dixie Carter's The Photographer follows an insidious photographer as she wheedles her way into the home of the clients she idolizes, permanently altering the course of all of their lives. Masterful storytelling in a unique voice . . . this remarkable debut is sure to keep you riveted!"
Reckless Girls (2022)
"Like its seductive island setting, Rachel Hawkins' sharp and feral Reckless Girls is a shimmering mirage of a novel that tantalizes from page one. Perfectly crafted and compulsively readable, each twist in this gripping tale of trust and survival is a gift just waiting to be unwrapped."
Somebody's Home (2022)
"Taut with foreboding from the first page, Kaira Rouda's Somebody's Home is an unsettling portrait of an antisocial man, a master of the universe, and the women caught between them. The rotating points of view and incisive, clear writing are sure to keep you flipping the pages until you reach the shocking conclusion!"
"Erica Katz's Fake is a propulsive and engrossing portrait of a young artist's struggle for verity in a world dominated by illusion. Katz's evocative writing and vivid depiction of the art world make Fake a truly phenomenal book you won't want to miss!"
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