Holly Watt started her career at theSunday Times, before working on the investigation teams at the Telegraph, where she played a key role in exposing the MPs’ expenses scandal, and the Guardian. She is currently a senior reporter at the Guardian before working on the investigation teams at the Telegraph, where she played a key role in exposing the MPs’ expenses scandal, and the Guardian. She is currently a senior reporter at the Guardian.
Holly Watt recommends
Watching from the Dark (2020)
(DCI Jonah Sheens, book 2)
"A riveting new book, with such vivid characters."
The House (2020)
Imogen Robertson and Tom Watson
"Few people know more about what goes on behind the political scenes than Watson, and it is all unveiled here, in a snappy, twisty page-turner."
Red Corona (2020)
(Richard Knox, book 1)
"A fascinating chase through an extraordinary time in history. Tim Glister blends technical insight with a clever story that races along. I enjoyed the intriguing characters who are rushing to solve a mystery as superpowers teeter on the brink."
People Like Her (2021)
"Don’t read this book on the trainI missed my stop . . . On one level, People Like Her is a thrilling, witty page-turner that makes you laugh out loud. But on another, it is a sharp dissection of a very modern way of life [and] will make you look at 21st century life in a different way."
"I loved the start of this brilliant new series. Such a clever concept and a really unusual hero in investigative psychologist Philip Taiwo. Lightseekers is both a page-turner and a fascinating analysis of a crisis in Nigeria."
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