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Susie Steiner


Susie Steiner

Susie Steiner is the author of MISSING, PRESUMED. She was a commissioning editor for The Guardian for 11 years and prior to that worked for The Times, The Daily Telegraph and the Evening Standard. She lives in London with her husband and two children.

Susie Steiner

Books by Susie Steiner

by Susie Steiner - Crime, Fiction, Mystery

As dusk falls, a young man staggers through a park, far from home, bleeding from a stab wound. Detective Manon Bradshaw handles only cold cases. Five months pregnant, in pursuit of a work-life balance rather than romantic love, she’s focused on being a good mother to her two children: her adopted twelve-year-old son, Fly Dent, and the new baby. But the man died just yards from the police station where she works, so Manon can’t help taking an interest. And as she sidles in on the briefing she learns that the victim, a banker from London worth millions, is more closely linked to her than she could have imagined. When the case begins to circle in on Manon’s home and her family, she finds herself pitted against the colleagues she once held dear: Davy Walker and Harriet Harper.

by Susie Steiner - Fiction, Literary, Mystery

Edith Hind, a graduate student at Cambridge University and daughter of the surgeon to the Royal Family, has been missing for nearly 24 hours. Her home offers few clues: a smattering of blood in the kitchen, her keys and phone left behind, the front door ajar but showing no signs of forced entry. Manon Bradshaw’s investigation starts with Edith’s loved ones. As the search widens and press coverage reaches a frenzied pitch, secrets begin to emerge about Edith’s tangled love life and her erratic behavior leading up to her disappearance. What she discovers will have shocking consequences not just for Edith’s family but for Manon herself.