Claire Evans is an established business specialist in the UK television industry. After finishing her law degree, she qualified as an accountant, but realising her mistake quickly ran away to work at the National Theatre before finally landing a job at the BBC. Once there, she rose through the ranks to head up operations and business affairs across the TV commissioning teams. In drama, she led the BBC's commercial relationships with the Independent production sector and a wide range of international co-producers and distributors. She left the BBC in 2013 to pursue her writing career. Since then she has advised a number of drama and film production companies, most recently working on The Honourable Woman and Doctor Foster. She is also now the Chief Operating Officer at Two Brothers Pictures Ltd, the company set up by Harry and Jack Williams, the creators of The Missing.
A truly thrilling read, and I will be looking out for this author's next book. Highly recommended * MyShelf (blog) * Builds to a shattering conclusion - it will repay your patience over and again. this is a superb story, well worth the read * Crime Review * A delicious and surprising debut novel. Thrilling. * Love It Magazine * The Fourteenth Letter is well researched, well plotted, well written and a jolly good read. * Promoting Crime Fiction blog * Will keep you guessing... * Crime Fiction Lover * Claire Evans's debut novel is exciting, ingenious and violent. Read it now or wait for the television series. * Good Reading Magazine (Australia) * A brilliantly plotted, unpredictable page-turner that builds to a devastating conclusion * Jack Williams, co-creator of The Missing (BBC One) * I stayed up far too late reading this night after night. IT WILL GET YOU HOOKED. * Herald Sun * Claire Evans has created a cast of deliciously sinister and mysterious characters. A hugely satisfying read. * Good Housekeeping * If you enjoyed Kate Mosse's Labyrinth or Jessie Burton's The Miniaturist, then chances are you're going to love this new thriller * Hello Magazine * A darkly brilliant romp packed with intrigue and romance . . . curl up and prepare to become immersed * Heat * Exuberant plotting and witty prose. Great fun. * The Times *