Emma Bamford is an author and journalist who has worked for The Independent, Daily Express, Daily Mirror, Sailing Today and BOAT International. She spent several years sailing among some of the world’s most beautiful islands and has written two travel memoirs about her experiences – Casting Off and Untie the Lines. Emma joins us upon the release of her debut novel, Deep Water, a sinister and gripping story of secrets in paradise.
A graduate of the University of East Anglia’s Prose Fiction MA, she lives in the UK. Her next thriller is due to be published in summer 2023.
Praise for Deep Water
“Powered by a subtle, ominous tension. I loved this book”– Lee Child
“An incredible debut”– B A Paris internationally bestselling author of Behind Closed Doors
“Gripping and pacy… A perfect summer read”– Imran Mahmood, bestselling author of You Don’t Know Me
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