T.M.E. Walsh lives in Hertfordshire, England. She is the author of Pretty Little Things, a thriller (June 2018). Learn more about the author and her book, as well as ratings and reviews on the latter.
Tania began writing full time after becoming a casualty to the recession in late 2008.
The first DCI Claire Winters book, For All Our Sins, was originally published in February 2011. When the rights reverted back to the author, the novel then underwent a re-write.
She went on to successfully self-publish For All Our Sins, and the second novel in the series, The Principle of Evil, in 2013. Both novels appeared in the various best-selling Amazon Kindle charts, before being picked up by Carina UK/HQ – a division of HarperCollins – in 2015.
For All Our Sins was published in September 2015, The Principle of Evil in February 2016, followed by Trial by Execution in February 2017.
Tania‘s latest book to date, Pretty Little Things, a new standalone thriller, went out in June 2018, with a fourth book in the DCI Claire Winters series due late 2018/early 2019, published by HQ/HarperCollins.
Broken Palace, a short story, featuring DCI Claire Winters briefly when she was a Detective Constable, is also available to download.
In 2011 Tania (T.M.E.) Walsh was the winner of the Wannabe, a Writer Blurb competition sponsored by Writing Magazine and judged by Matt Bates, the Fiction buyer for WHSmith Travel.
Although writing now takes up most of her time, Tania has previously produced digital artwork that was published on a DVD-ROM for ImagineFX magazine’s FXPosé section twice in the early and latter part of 2007, which has been published worldwide.
Let’s talk now about her thriller, Pretty Little Things: 2018’s most nail-biting serial killer thriller with an unbelievable twist (June 2018).
Don’t miss the new crime thriller that readers are calling:
‘addictive’; ‘chilling’; ‘nail-biting’;
‘the best book I’ve read this year’!
It’s bad when the girls go missing.
It’s worse when the girls are found.
Six months ago, Charlotte almost lost everything. Now, she’s determined to keep her daughter, Elle, safe. So when local girls close to Elle in age and appearance begin to go missing, it’s her worst nightmare.
Charlotte’s fears are confirmed when a frantic search becomes a shocking murder investigation. The girls’ bodies have been found – half-buried, and with traces of mud and wildflowers under their fingernails.
As Charlotte’s obsession with keeping her daughter close pushes her marriage to the brink, local DI Madeleine Wood embarks on a gruelling search for the killer. And, as they dig deeper into the lives of the people they call friends and neighbours, they uncover secrets more terrible than they ever imagined…
Pretty Little Things is the nail-bitingly terrifying new serial killer thriller from TME Walsh – the perfect read for fans of Close to Home, Behind Her Eyes and The Child
Here’s what readers are saying about Pretty Little Things:
‘I had my mind blown!!! I was really frightened by the last part of the story!! And I loved It!! 10/5 stars from me’ Steven, Netgalley
‘No persuasion needed to give a five star rating to this fast paced psychological thriller.’ Kate, Netgalley
‘Gripping and horrifying…kept me hooked from the beginning. I definitely wasn’t expecting the twist at the end which came as a massive shock. It takes an exceptional author to write such an intriguing story’ Joan, Netgalley
‘The end is twisted, unexpected and no single reader has guessed it until now! I doubt any reader will.’ Mystica, Netgalley
‘This was so intense it took my breath away! I loved it and devoured every page. A really clever piece of writing, I would never have guessed that ending in a million years.’ Dawn, Netgalley
‘WOW! This was one fast past page turner. Exceeded my expectations’ Tracie, Netgalley
‘This really did have a proper, unexpected twist…..oohh brilliant.’ Lesley, Netgalley
Thriller fans love T.M.E. Walsh:
‘I couldn’t wait to turn the next page – brilliant and what an amazing twist!’ – Donna Maguire on For All Our Sins
‘Cleverly written with lots of blood and gore and a maniacal murderer to satisfy any hardened serial killer crime thriller reader.’ – Nolene Driscoll (Goodreads) on For All Our Sins
‘I love a good gruesome crime novel and this did not disappoint.’ – Angela Oatham (Goodreads) on For All Our Sins
‘As the book races toward its conclusion, there is a shocking plot twist that readers will not see coming.’ – Sharon (Goodreads) on For All Our Sins
‘[The Principle of Evil is a] fast paced psychological thriller which leaves your nerves on edge as it creeps towards the climax.’
– Sharon Bairden, THE Book Club reviewer on The Principle of Evil
‘Held me captivated from page 1. Gripping, fast – I just couldn’t put it down.’
– Martha Brindley, Independent reviewer on The Principle of Evil
‘I have been totally and utterly mesmerised by this book. Gripped from the very start.’
– Michelle Simons, Independent reviewer on The Principle of Evil
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