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Harriet Tyce

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Harriet Tyce grew up in Edinburgh and studied English at Oxford University before doing a law conversion course at City University. She practised as a criminal barrister in London for nearly a decade, and recently completed an MA in Creative Writing - Crime Fiction at the University of East Anglia.

Genres: Mystery
   Blood Orange (2019)
   The Lies You Told (2020)
   It Ends at Midnight (2022)
   A Lesson in Cruelty (2024)
   Farewell My Lovely (2018) (with others)
Omnibus editions
Harriet Tyce recommends
The Woman on the Ledge (2024)
Ruth Mancini
"Razor-sharp plotting, great writing ... a pitch-perfect legal thriller."
First Lie Wins (2024)
Ashley Elston
"I really enjoyed this - very unexpected and pacy with a brilliant central character."
The Fake Wife (2023)
Sharon Bolton
"A book that had me desperate for answers. I loved it!"
Reasonable People (2023)
Caroline Hulse
"Caroline's wit and warmth shine through - I went from laughing to crying to laughing again in the space of almost a page. The characterisation is spot on - I have friends like Janine and Roy is a treat. Such a great book."
The Square of Sevens (2023)
Laura Shepherd-Robinson
"This is a book to relish, not rush through. Rich in historical detail, it's immersive, authoritative and Dickensian in scope. Fundamentally though it's a damn good story, brilliantly told. I loved it."
Speak of the Devil (2023)
Rose Wilding
"A dark and distressing story handled with a lightness of touch - it's a very accomplished debut. It centres the survivors of abuse in the story, rather than the perpetrator, showing the awful ripple effects of violence and misogyny but also providing a level of hope, especially given that the story starts with the villain's head on a platter. I loved it."

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