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Susan Moore

  • 4 stars across 4 books
    After many years spent living in California working at Lucasfilm, Susan Moore returned to the green and pleasant lands of England. She now lives with her husband and daughter near the Devil's Punch Bowl in Surrey where she loves to walk her two, small, but really fast chippets. On rainy mornings when a damp mist descends on the landscape, and Susan is lost once again, she can easily imagine how Conan-Doyle was inspired to write Hound of the Baskervilles. As well as the world of the past she is fascinated by the potential of the near-future and its use of technology. She recently received an MA with distinction in Creative Writing from Kingston University.
    2nd June 2016

    Crimson Poison

    **As recommended on Simon Mayo's Books of the Year** Nat Walker is the orphan heiress to her parents' games empire. Whi... More

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    3rd May 2018

    Indigo Island

    **As recommended on Simon Mayo's Books of the Year** The third riveting story about orphan heiress, Nat Walker, and her... More

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    9th December 2010

    Mind Control

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    12th January 2017

    Emerald Secret

    **As recommended on Simon Mayo's Books of the Year** Nat is perched on the prow of the Junko as it glides up the Thames... More

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