Julia Crouch

Julia Crouch is the author of five internationally published crime novels – Cuckoo, Every Vow You Break, Tarnished, The Long Fall and Her Husband’s Lover. She coined the term Domestic Noir to describe what she writes – a label that has since quite impressively taken root. With a background in theatre directing and playwriting, she also has extensive teaching experience, having run numerous workshops, courses and master classes at schools, festivals, universities and online. She is a member of Killer Women and a founder of The Brighton Crime Wave, hosting writers such as Tess Gerritsen, Ruth Ware and M J Arlidge in partnership with Brighton Waterstones. She is currently working on her sixth novel. Website @thatjuliacrouch

‘Nothing is what it seems in this brilliant novel by Julia Crouch. What a clever, unsettling, absorbing book’ – Elly Griffiths on Her Husband’s Lover

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