ELIZABETH GEORGE is the "New York Times" bestselling author of seventeen suspense novels, one young adult novel, one book of nonfiction, and two short-story collections. She lives in Washington State.
Praise for "Just One Evil Act" "Riveting tale of love, passion, and betrayal...series fans will enjoy following Lynley and Havers on their first investigation outside the U.K., while newcomers will be just as enthralled." -"Publishers Weekly"(starred review) ""Just One Evil Act" [is] among the most demanding and satisfying of the many detective novels by Elizabeth George." - "Wall Street Journal" "A serious, suspenseful, thought-provoking and heart-rending novel." -"Richmond Times Dispatch" George is a master of the wily plot and the timely tossed out red herring George s fans will be glad to see Havers back in action, even though, as ever, she s quick to land in trouble. And as for Lynley well, he s as cool as ever, in more than one sense of the word. -"Kirkus Reviews" "This is a must for fans of this series. Twists and turns are vintage George and do not disappoint." -"Library Journal" Praise for Elizabeth George: """Elizabeth George is a superstar of the crime-fiction world." "The Seattle Times" "A dense, twisty plot with characters who reveal the sad spectrum of human dereliction." "People" Definitely a literary force to be reckoned with. "Suspense Magazine" It s tough to resist George s storytelling, once hooked. "USA Today" Ms. George can do it all, with style to spare. "The Wall Street Journal" on "Careless in Red" As always, George s subplots provide engrossing moments and memorable characters. "Chicago Tribune" on "A Traitor to Memory" Crime writing at its best. "The Courier-Mail "on "This Body of Death" Praise for "Believing the Lie" "A multiplicity of subplots and a richness of physical detail...The terrain and the weather are objective correlatives to the characters' stormy patches. Meanwhile, the story strands are untied and retied in satisfying and often moving ways." "The Wall Street Journal" "Elizabeth George is a superstar of the crime-fiction world, British Inspector Division. Deservedly so: Her tails always provide nuanced character studies and insights into social issues along with their intricate mysteries." "The Seattle Times" "Devilishly complicated." "Entertainment Weekly" "A dense, twisty plot with characters who reveal the sad spectrum of human dereliction." "People" "George's...ability to continually enhance the portraits of Lynley, Havers, and other recurring characters while generating fully fleshed new ones for each novel is nothing less than superlative, and her atmospheric prose, complete with lovely and detailed descriptions of her setting, combines to add literary gravitas to her work....A worthy addition to her portfolio and one that simultaneously disturbs and satisfies." "Richmond Times-Dispatch" This is one of her best. "Daily American" on "Believing the Lie" George s many fans will be thrilled with this new episode in the lives of her lovable cast of characters. "Library Journal "on "Believing the Lie" "Believing the Lie "is so fascinating that even at a thundering 606 pages, I wished for at least 10 more. "Mystery Scene" on "Believing the Lie " A worthy addition to her portfolio and one that simultaneously disturbs and satisfies. "Richmond Times Dispatch" on "Believing the Lie" George is a master of interweaving character perspectives to reveal her mysteries "Sheknows.com" on "Believing the Lie " George's strengths--character development, plot twists and shocking tragedy--continue to shine. "Shelf Awareness" on "Believing the Lie" A book of twists, turns and, to be blunt, fantastic writing A complete A+ for the mystery realm. "Suspense Magazine "on "Believing the Lie" A page-turning plot. "World Magazine" on "Believing the Lie" [Lynley is] one of the great character portraits in contemporary crime fiction. "The Boston Globe " "