It was the job she had dreamed of. But on her very first day, she wonders if she has made a fatal mistake…
A young couple go on the trip of a lifetime, only for their journey to end in unimaginable terror…
When Andrew Sumner meets beautiful, edgy Charlie, he is certain his run of bad luck has finally come to an end…
About Mark Edwards
Mark Edwards writes psychological thrillers in which scary things happen to ordinary people. He is inspired by writers such as Stephen King, Ira Levin, Ruth Rendell and Linwood Barclay.
Mark grew up on the south coast of England and started writing in his twenties, teaming up with Louise Voss to co-write Killing Cupid and Catch Your Death, which topped the UK bestseller chart in 2011.
His solo thrillers, The Magpies and Because She Loves Me were also No.1 bestsellers in the UK. Like these previous novels his fourth solo book, Follow You Home, was inspired by a real-life experience, in this case a ‘trip from hell’ around Europe.
He lives in the West Midlands, England, with his wife, their three children and a ginger cat.
Mark Edwards’s fifth solo psychological thriller will be published by Thomas & Mercer in September 2016. Entitled The Devil’s Work, this book takes Mark’s familiar theme – of terrifying things happening to ordinary people – and places it in an...read more
Mark Edwards is this week celebrating reaching the milestone of selling one million books. In a blog post on this site, Mark writes, “When my wife bought me a Kindle for my 40th birthday I had no idea that it would lead to the rebirth of my abandoned writing...read more
When my wife, Sara, bought me a Kindle for my 40th birthday back in 2010, I had no idea that it would lead to the rebirth of my abandoned writing career. I certainly had no inkling that I would be sitting here, almost exactly five years later, having sold one million...read more
Like my previous novels, The Magpies and Because She Loves Me, Follow You Home was inspired by something that happened to me when I was younger, an experience that I took and turned into something much scarier in order to entertain my readers. When I was nineteen, my...read more
I read a lot of novels, about two a week, and although I dip into other genres my favourite genre is the one I write in. I’ve read so many great thrillers and suspense novels over the last twenty years that choosing ten that I rank above the others was no easy...read more