Caroline England is a former divorce lawyer based in Manchester. Beneath the Skin, her debut novel, was published by Avon HarperCollins in October 2017. Her second book, My Husband’s Lies, was released in May 2018 and became a top ten kindle bestseller. Her new book BETRAY HER is out on 14th March and available for pre-order!
Praise for My Husband’s Lies
‘Twisting triangles of love and lust distort a perfect circle of friends in this slow-burning literary thriller.’
‘I read it in the sun today and finished it in hours! Truly a terrific read!’
‘Sharp and sweetly twisted. I loved it.’
‘With intrigue on almost every page and a cast of multi-layered, challenging characters, it kept me hooked from the first page until the last.’
Praise for Beneath the Skin
'I loved Beneath the Skin. It's so beautifully written and kept me hooked right to the end. Caroline England knows her wonderful cast of characters inside out. I didn't want this book to end.'
'A clever, glamorous, observational, page turning read which pulled me in right from the start until the pivotal, and most satisfying end. Beneath the Skin transcends the ordinary crime genre'
Praise for Betray Her
Amazon reviewer: “I hardly looked up while reading this – stays pacy and gripping right from the start while still treating you to rich and descriptive writing. Don’t miss this one…”
Amazon Reviewer: “COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN. Be warned – you’ll not speak to anybody until you’ve finished it. Great twist at the end, and just totally addictive…”
"I thought that no book could have quite as many twists as My Husband’s Lies, but then I picked up Betray Her and instantly became lost in the gripping story. Betray Her has everything that you’d expect from a psychological thriller and much more; a whirlwind of jealousy, illicit relationships, secrets and lies that will sweep you up and carry you along until the end."
Praise for Watching Horsepats Feed the Roses
Amazon reviewer: “An intriguing collection of dark tales, each in very manageable bite-sized pieces. Highly recommended.”
Amazon Reviewer: “Caroline England has produced a collection of short stories that toy with the dark underbelly of life. The reader is treated to a mixture of squibs, vignettes and whimsy in a style that varies from sympathetic to the macabre, with a quality that is maintained throughout. One definition of a short story is that it can be read in a single sitting. This collection is so good that I read all of them in a singe session.”
We're live with Caroline England and Sam Carrington, chatting about their new thrillers, Beneath the Skin and Bad Sister.Ask your questions below!Posted by HarperCollins Publishers UK on Friday, 17 November 2017