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About AB Morgan
Her crime thrillers have a strong cast of characters helping to define the style and pace of each story inspired by her life and career as a Psychiatric Nurse, and her fascination with the extremes of human behaviour.
Her latest crime thriller Stench is being well received:
"A wonderful refreshing, clever read." Nicki Murphy - Nicki's Book Blog
"a thought-provoking novel, that will tap into many emotions" Alexina Golding - Bookstormer
"Impossible to put down!" Brittany Davis - NetGalley Reviewer
AB Morgan is the critically acclaimed author of A Justifiable Madness, The Camera Lies and Divine Poison. Stench is beautifully written mystery thriller which will appeal to fans of authors like Teresa Driscoll, S. E. Lynes and Barbara Copperthwaite
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A B Morgan returns with another suspenseful thriller.
★ THE BLOODLINE WILL ★
He made a mistake, and for the sake of his future career, investigative reporter Konrad Neale must apologise in person to Ella Fitzwilliam.
Detained under section in a secure forensic unit, she doesn't foresee a bright future. And she despises Konrad for exploiting her and exaggerating the truth about what she really did.
All in the name of journalism
However, when he spots famous recluse Abigail Nithercott in the same facility, he cannot resist the chance to scoop the next big story.
But must use Ella to uncover the dark Nithercott family secret.
Blood. Thicker than water, it spills...
Some family trees have to die.
Rory Norton didn’t always make his living as a motorbike instructor, and he went to great lengths to leave his past life behind, to start again.
He thought he had succeeded until the body of a missing woman is discovered under the floor of his cottage. Only then do the guilt and shame of his wife’s mysterious, untimely death and the accusations about his connection to the missing woman combine to break him.
The question is not how the missing woman died but why—and who is responsible?
Sometimes the truth stinks.
“A gripping psychological thriller that had me glued to my kindle.”—Katie’s Book Cave
“An outstanding and witty novel with one of the most jaw-dropping conclusions I have read in a while. What a belter of a book!”—The Writing Garnet
“An excellent psychological thriller and it took me just a few hours to read, it is definitely one that grips you!”—Donna’s Book Blog
“Well thought out and well-written.”—Cheekypee Reads and Reviews
“A wonderfully refreshing, clever read.”—Nicki’s Book Blog
“A gripping tale that you will want to rip through.”—Life of Cri.me
“Addictive, absorbing and an insightful read.”—Me and My Books
Konrad Neale is a television presenter. His waning career has been given a new lease on life since he took on a series of hard-hitting documentaries that investigate miscarriages of justice.
Matthew Hawley has been convicted of the brutal murder of his wealthy attractive wife Helena. However, he has no memory of the events and insists he is not responsible for willingly killing her.
When Konrad interviews Matthew in prison, he explores the details of the murder and the possible motives behind it. But all is not as it seems.
Did Matthew murder his wife?
Soon the search is on to identify who else might be involved in the murder of Helena, and Konrad is about to learn that sometimes the camera lies.
“I found this to be a well written, fast-paced thriller. I’m looking forward to reading more from this author.” —Cheekypee Reads and Review
“I would certainly love to see The Camera Lies brought to the small screen, It has everything you want to make a great crime drama series!” —The P. Turners Book Blog
“I think the best thing about this novel was its fierce energy, pace, drama and complexity.” —Bibliomaniac (UK)
“A dark and twisted read that had me engrossed throughout. The story takes unexpected turns that at times left me feeling quite breathless.” —By the Letter Book Reviews
On a warm September morning in the early 1990s, Mark Randall emerges from a commuter train, naked and ranting unintelligibly. This is his first step toward a peculiar goal: getting himself admitted to an NHS acute psychiatric ward. There, he manages to convince professionals that he is psychotic. But who is he and why is he so keen to spend time in a psychiatric hospital?
Refusing to speak, Mark is entertained by the confusion of medical personnel who dub him Jesus Trainman. But once admitted to the system, he discovers that his “mission” has gotten him into trouble he could never have imagined. Sectioned under the Mental Health Act, decisions about his future are handed to a Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr. Giles Sharman. Mark may have fooled his way into a nightmarish world of abuse from which there is no escape.
Death by Indulgence
Will death be small medium or large?
Meet Ella Fitzwilliam. Her world is about to spiral out of control. She's not cut out to be a private investigator. With little aptitude for the job she's been sent under cover to expose the hidden lives of two men who meet each week at Buxham's - a private members' club where portions are large and secrets are held in strictest confidence.
When one of those men goes missing, secrets begin to reveal themselves and they are big.
What do readers say about Death by Indulgence?
'Death by Indulgence, previously published as Fat Chance, is critically-acclaimed crime writer AB Morgan's fifth thriller, and what a refreshingly original read it is. The contents of the book very much reflect the title and the story is a sickening illustration of how money can buy you just about anything. I found myself ruminating on this as it really is rather thought-provoking and by the end the old adage "money is the root of all evil" was ever-present in the forefront of my mind.' The Book Doctor
'...refreshingly different and provided a journey into a part of society I hadn't been aware of before. Ella was a fascinating character and A B Morgan's mental health training and experience give a unique insight into the complexities of the mind. I highly recommend this book.' Kerena Swan
' One of the main reasons I've enjoyed all of Morgan's books so much is because of her ability to weave mental health issues into her thrillers so effectively.
Many authors may shy away from such topics, but Morgan seems to enjoy exploring them and seeing what she can create with them. If you like a book that stands out from the crowd, then this brilliant piece of psychological suspense could be for you.' Mark Tilbury
Are you looking for a stunning new crime mystery full of suspense? Then you'll love AB Morgan's unmissable Divine Poison.
For a community psychiatric nurse, Monica Morris has an unhealthy interest in poison, and when, on impulse, she buys an antique Ship’s Doctor’s Cabinet with a set of leather-bound journals she becomes fascinated by the content.
A few days later, she discovers the body of her patient, Jan Collins, and although police assume suicide by overdose, Monica is not convinced.
When more unexplained deaths involving poisoning occur, Monica realises they are linked and so does DS Adams who is investigating. But how are they connected? And why?
When it becomes obvious that she’s unwittingly stepped into a trap set for someone else, Monica’s career, her own sanity and her life are placed at risk. But where can she turn to for help?
AB Morgan is the author of the acclaimed psychological thriller A Justifiable Madness. Divine Poison will appeal to fans of authors like LJ Ross, Joy Ellis, Faith Martin and Ed James
"The pace is great for the plot, which is well thought out and planned thoroughly to give it an added edge..." Donna Maguire - Donnas Book Blog
"I would highly recommend this book to so many readers. And I’m definitely going to be reading so much more by this author." Ami-May Smith - Shyla's Uncensored Opinions
"This story was full of intrigue and mystery that kept me turning page after page." Lorna Cassidy - On The Shelf Reviews
"Divine Poison has a tangled web of lies and secrets lurking within the pages along with a few surprises thrown in to make things interesting." Rachel Broughton - Rae Reads
"DIVINE POISON is thrilling to read and a book to keep you on your toes!" Sooz Barthorpe - The P.Turners Book Blog
"Again AB Morgan has used her own career experiences to add her own unique style to this story." Yvonne Bastian - Me And My Books
"Overall an engaging read with a detailed plot with touches of The Da Vinci Code on a more local scale and with a strong female psychiatric nurse turned investigator." Kerrie Waller - ilovedreadingthis
"From page one to the last, Divine Poison is an enjoyable read." Susan Corcoran - Booksaremycwtches
"This book had me guessing till the very end as I didn’t know where the story was heading. Wonderful job by the author." Sean Talbot - Seans Book Reviews