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Marc Elsberg’s second thriller ‘Zero’ was a bestseller in Germany where it was first published. It’s terrifying scenario of the dangers of social media, surveillance and data theft is all too real.
Elizabeth S Moore has been a journalist and writer her whole life. Her debut novel ‘The Man on the Middle Floor’ was written after she completed the Faber Write a Novel course, and was approached by fourteen literary agents keen to publish her work. The book explores the growing disconnect within out 21st century society, and the way that we relate to those with autism.
John Wilson’s debut novel ‘At the Dark Hour’ draws on his many years of experience of family law, and upon the misogyny and homophobia which were characteristics of the law at the time the novel is set in the 1940’s. It’s set amidst the worst of the London Blitz and the destruction of London’s hallowed seat of law, The Temple.
Jane Robins began her career as a journalist with The Economist, the BBC, and the Independent on Sunday. Her debut novel ‘White Bodies’ is a dark and twisted thriller that taps deeper themes like domestic abuse, internet friendships, and toxic online forums.