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Alex Marwood is the pseudonym of a journalist who has worked extensively across the British press. She is the author of the word-of-mouth sensation The Wicked Girls, which won a prestigious Edgar Award and The Killer Next Door, which won the coveted Macavity Award. She has also been shortlisted for numerous other crime writing awards and her first two novels have been optioned for the screen. Alex lives in south London.
Marwood has turned out not just a spooky, blood-and-guts thriller, but a cannily observant novel that exposes social fissures while delivering a modicum of hope * The Boston Globe * A master of contemporary British suspense * Booklist * A clever, beautifully crafted novel that will forever shake your view of bedsit suburbia . . . Disturbing, dark . . . A psychological thriller of the highest order * Crime Review blog * Engrossing, chilling, and packed with suspense * Crime Thriller Girl Blog * Every bit as gripping as her much-praised debut The Wicked Girls * Crime Fiction Lover Blog * Echoes of Ruth Rendell (or, indeed, Barbara Vine), although Marwood's writing is grittier * Killing Crime Time Blog * A haunting and thrilling read that will have you gripped throughout, The Killer Next Door is a thought-provoking book, that will play on your mind and stay with you for days and will have you looking at your neighbours in a different light! * Handwrittengirl.com * Nasty, compelling and original, the author has done it again with her second novel * The Sun * Both brilliantly dark and dazzlingly funny, this is crime writing at its best * Lisa Jewell * Utterly gripping; Marwood's ability to show the sinister side of everyday life is unparalleled * Jenny Colgan * Even better than her debut The Wicked Girls. It's a compulsive, unsettling read that will leave you wondering how well you really know your neighbours * Bella * Taut, assured and reminiscent of Ruth Rendell's psychological novels, Marwood's second book more than lives up to the promise shown in her splendid debut, The Wicked Girls * Guardian * If you read Alex Marwood's The Wicked Girls, her new one - The Killer Next Door - is even better. Scary as hell. Great characters * Stephen King *