Tag: Trapeze books

Red Magazine Best Crime and Thriller Novels

“Fiendishly clever”  – Red Magazine Best Crime & Thriller Novels this Autumn I’m over the moon to tell you that Lake Child has been listed in Red Magazine’s Top Ten Best Crime and Thriller Novels this autumn, alongside Ann Cleeves, Katherine Webb, Jessica Fellowes,…

Lake Child is Launched!

Lake Child is officially launched, and thanks to reader and reviewer support, it’s off to a flying start. Already it’s been listed in Red magazine’s ‘Best Crime & Thriller Novels this Autumn’, and has been spotted in Waterstones, Tesco stores and independent booksellers across…

The Dead Good Reader Awards – Beautiful Liars Shortlisted!

The readers have spoken … and Beautiful Liars has made the finals in the 2019 Dead Good Reader Awards! THANK YOU to everyone who voted in the first round. There’s now a FINAL round to get through, so if you’d like to see Beautiful Liars scoop the ‘Cat and…

Nominate in Dead Good Reader Awards and Win Books!

Last year YOU my wonderful readers got me to the finals event of the The Dead Good Reader Awards with Little Sister – and now six new categories are open for the 2019 nominations. If you think Casey in BEAUTIFUL LIARS qualifies for ‘The…

Writing on location … in Norway

Location is an essential anchor within any story, and it’s an element I frequently return to when I’m invited to host creative writing workshops at universities and festivals.  Indeed, later this week I’ll be at the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival, running a ‘Creative…

The Dead Good Reader Awards – vote Little Sister!

The readers have spoken … and Little Sister has been shortlisted for a 2018 Dead Good Reader Award! THANK YOU to everyone who voted for me back in May. There’s now a second round to get through, so if you’d like to see Little Sister named ‘Most Dysfunctional Family’ at…

Beautiful Liars Launch Invitation

You are warmly invited to join me for a glass of wine (or two!) this June as I launch my new thriller Beautiful Liars at my hometown Waterstones in Chichester.  Tickets are free, but must be booked in advance to secure a place.  Details on the banner…

Trapeze Snaps Up ‘Jawdropping’ Thriller from Ashdown

I’m over the moon to share the news that I’ll be working on two new thrillers with the team at Trapeze and Orion Publishing – the first being LAKE CHILD, described by editorial director Sam Eades as ‘Flowers in the Attic meets BBC’s The…

Six Questions about Little Sister

Trapeze Editorial Director Sam Eades asks Isabel six questions about Little Sister: 1) Why did you choose to explore the relationship between sisters? What makes this relationship unique? I have a little sister (who I love very much) – and, I have a big…