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Kat Ellis

  • 5 stars across 7 books
Kat Ellis grew up in Rhyl,North Wales and studied English with Creative Writing at Manchester Metropolitan University. Her short story, 'Underground', is featured in the Primed anthology (2013), and her short story, 'Glimmer', received a high commendation in the 2012 Bristol Short Story Prize. She is an active blogger and amateur photographer. When not writing, you'll usually find Kat up to no good on Twitter, playing badminton like a ninja, or watching scary films with her husband and feral cat. She speaks Welsh fluently and French badly. Blackfin Sky is her first published novel.
9th July 2020

Harrow Lake

It's an old-fashioned puppet. The details are hard to make out in the dim light, but it looks like the puppet's neck is ... MoreHarrow Lake

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Wicked Little Deeds

*THE BRAND NEW TERRIFYING THRILLER FROM KAT ELLIS*'Riverdale meets The Haunting of Hill House' - Amy McCaw, author of Mi... MoreWicked Little Deeds

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Mason and Noah exist in different worlds, but their lives are about to collide.Mason has a habit of getting into trouble... MorePurge

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Blackfin Sky

YALSA 2015 Popular Paperbacks Finalist for Mysteries: Murder, Mayhem, and Other Adventures . Just like any other morni... MoreBlackfin Sky

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