Alex Gray stumbled on the idea for The Stalker at a book event in 2015 – where two fans followed her with particular enthusiasm.
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He’s been dubbed one of the greatest screenwriters of the 20th and 21st Centuries.
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As mother to a new baby, it’s amazing just how much you can fit into a little one’s nap time.
Like a fine wine, Adele Parks says her writing has matured as she has aged.
Jane Graham is a psychotherapist who specialises in working with trauma. The woman who lays claim to the Graham of Montrose tartan is more accustomed to writing for scientific journals than penning novels.
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Her terrifying thriller about a psychopathic stalker gripped horror master Stephen King and spawned one of Netflix’s most binge-worthy thrillers.