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THE INGRID SKYBERG THRILLERS
Newly discovered photos offer clues about a double agent who has killed many times to maintain his cover. Ingrid must find the brutal Russian spy before she becomes his next victim.
A British blogger who knows more about devious new malware than anyone else has disappeared. Can Ingrid find him before the world’s computer systems are plunged into a catastrophic meltdown?
BOOKS 1 – 3
Get Fresh Doubt, Kill Plan and Deep Hurt in one go. Up-all-night thrillers that are perfect for fans of gripping crime, unpredictable twists, pulse-pounding action and unputdownable heroines.
BOOKS 4 – 6
A box set of Shoot First, Below Zero and Final Offer. Over 1000 pages of 5-star crime, action, thrills and suspense! Nail-biting, pulse-pounding action with twists you won’t see coming!
EVA’S OTHER BOOKS
Eva grew up in south London. Before she started writing full time, she worked as a local government officer, singer, dotcom entrepreneur, portrait artist, project manager, graphic designer, web designer and content editor. Eva had wanted to write ever since she was a child (she won a literary competition aged 10 for a ghost story!), but didn’t get around to writing her first novel until 2005 when, inspired by Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, she realised she wanted to tell real page-turning stories that would keep people up all night just to find out what happens next. Her first novel wasn’t, she freely admitted, very good and it was consigned to a very deep drawer… shortly followed by her second novel. She started her third novel, The Loyal Servant, in 2010. Set in the Department for Education where Eva had worked for eight years, it won the inaugural Lucy Cavendish fiction prize from Cambridge University and gave her the confidence that she was finally writing something people wanted to read. She published The Loyal Servant in 2011 and never looked back. READ MORE
WHO IS INGRID SKYBERG?
Meet Ingrid Skyberg, one of the toughest Special Agents ever to come out of Quantico. She’s tenacious, resourceful, virtually indestructible and just a little bit out of control. Assigned to the US embassy in London, Ingrid is on the case when an American citizen gets into trouble… or winds up dead… or is accused of a crime they didn’t commit. Whether she needs to wear combat fatigues or a cocktail dress, Ingrid Skyberg always gets the job done.
Ingrid grew up on a Minnesota farm but the course of her life was changed when, aged 14, her best friend was abducted, never to be seen again. She vowed she wouldn’t stop until Megan was found and the man who took her was brought to justice. From that point on, Ingrid’s life was devoted to joining the Federal Bureau of Investigation: she got herself fit, got her college degree, became fluent in three languages and served time in the local Sheriff’s department until she met the FBI’s joining criteria.
At first, she was a stickler, a keeper-of-the-rules. But the more cases she works, the more comfortable she is when she has to step out of line. Supremely fit and utterly determined, nothing stands between Ingrid Skyberg and the truth.
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TEN THINGS I WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT LOOK TWICE To celebrate the launch of Look Twice, the eighth Ingrid Skyberg thriller, I thought I'd share some background how I made some of the decisions about the book. Any questions? Bung 'em in the comments and I'll do my best...
The new Ingrid Skyberg Mystery is published on Thursday (January 14th), and as the book hasn't had the easiest path to publication, I thought I'd give you a little behind-the-scenes. Here are ten things I want you to know about Flight Risk, without a single spoiler....
Ahead of the release of Flight Risk, the seventh Ingrid Skyberg adventure, in a couple of weeks, the series has had a little visual refresh. I was unhappy with some of the changes made to the covers by my previous publisher and wanted to improve them before starting a...
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