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C J Tudor

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C. J. Tudor lives in Nottingham, England with her partner and three-year-old daughter.

Over the years she has worked as a copywriter, television presenter, voice over and dog-walker. She is now thrilled to be able to write full-time, and doesn’t miss chasing wet dogs through muddy fields all that much.

Genres: Mystery
   The Chalk Man (2018)
   The Taking of Annie Thorne (2019)
     aka The Hiding Place
   The Other People (2020)
   The Burning Girls (2021)
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Barry Awards Best First Novel nominee (2019) : The Chalk Man

C J Tudor recommends
My Sister (2017)
Michelle Adams
"I loved this dark and disturbing thriller. Tense and twisted, it glued me to the sofa from the first page to the last."
Dark Pines (2017)
(Tuva Moodyson Mystery, book 1)
Will Dean
"Atmospheric, creepy and tense. Loved the Twin Peaks vibe. Loved Tuva. More please!"
The Echo Killing (2018)
(Harper McClain, book 1)
Christi Daugherty
"A taut, tightly-woven mystery set in the simmering heat of Savannah. This one kept me guessing till the very end . . . and then left me hungry for more! I can’t wait for Harper McLain’s next outing."
The Feed (2018)
Nick Clark Windo
"A really clever and original book. A tense thriller wrapped up in a scarily plausible dystopian nightmare, with a twist that will make your head explode!"
The Memory Chamber (2018)
Holly Cave
"A wonderful, original thriller. Check it out."
The Perfect Girlfriend (2018)
Karen Hamilton
"One of the best twisted narrators I've ever read."
I, Witness (2018)
(PI Madison Attalee, book 1)
Niki Mackay
"Cracking thriller and a great female protagonist. Swearing, smoking, rock-music loving (and not neurotic or passive!) My kind of woman."
Sticks and Stones (2018)
Jo Jakeman
"A cracking book. Darkly funny, yet also touching and emotive. Plus, full of suspense and twists. Buy it!"
The Last (2019)
Hanna Jameson
"Dark, original, compelling."
The Lost Night (2019)
Andrea Bartz
"I loved this very cool thriller that puts you bang in the middle of New York's hippest crowd. The damaged narrator will keep you second-guessing all the way. I read it in two days!"
The Silent Patient (2019)
Alex Michaelides
"I was kicking myself black and blue that I did not see *that* moment coming. I have never been so happily wrong-footed. A very clever book - highly recommended."
The Neighbour (2019)
Fiona Cummins
"Brilliant . . . dark, creepy and twisted."
The Killer in Me (2019)
(Dublin Crime Bureau, book 2)
Olivia Kiernan
"Truly first class."
The Whisper Man (2019)
Alex North
"Beautifully written. Beautifully plotted. Shades of Thomas Harris and Stephen King but brilliant in its own right."
A Cosmology of Monsters (2019)
Shaun Hamill
"Sometimes you read a book and you know it’s special. A Cosmology of Monsters by Shaun Hamill is just such a book. It’s a book about family, love, loss, obsession . . . and monsters. Unique and wonderful. You won’t read anything like it this year."
The Last Day (2020)
Andrew Hunter Murray
"I loved the premise of this high-concept thriller ... a compelling read with some well-placed observations on the darkness of human nature and survival. The Last Day will keep you gripped to the very last page."
He Started It (2020)
Samantha Downing
"Dexter meets Gone Girl."

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