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Sarah Vaughan

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Sarah Vaughan read English at Oxford and went on to become a journalist. After eleven years at the Guardian working as a news reporter, health correspondent and political correspondent, she started freelancing. The Art of Baking Blind is her first novel and she is now working on her second. Sarah lives near Cambridge with her husband and two small children.

Genres: Mystery, General Fiction

Sarah Vaughan recommends
The Man Who Didn't Call (2017)
Rosie Walsh
"Beautifully written with a clever twist, and an ending that made me cry."
Our House (2018)
Louise Candlish
"I raced through it this weekend. Such a smart idea. Twisty, warped, credible. Brilliantly plotted and compelling. Deserves to be such a hit."
The Hunting Party (2018)
Lucy Foley
"Secrets, lies, good plotting."
Whisper Network (2019)
Chandler Baker
"Slick, smart, fierce, it's Big Little Lies set against attorneys and recast in the light of #metoo. Relevant, resonant and rage inducing."
The Lying Room (2019)
Nicci French
"You know a book's gripping when you sneak away at any opportunity to read it. Meticulously plotted, psychologically astute."
Mr Nobody (2020)
Catherine Steadman
"Cinematic and gripping."
The House (2020)
Imogen Robertson and Tom Watson
"A prescient page-turner about secrets, lies, ruthless ambition and betrayal."
The Push (2020)
Ashley Audrain
"Stayed up too late finishing [Audrain's] deeply unsettling The Push about the darkest reaches of motherhood . . . Visceral, provocative, compulsive, and with the most graphic and relatable description of childbirth I've read (or written)."
Five Strangers (2021)
E V Adamson
"Meticulously plotted with an ending I really didn’t see coming."

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