Emma Flint grew up in Newcastle and graduated from the University of St Andrews with an MA in English Language and Literature. She later completed a novel-writing course at the Faber Academy. Since childhood, she has read true-crime stories, developing an encyclopaedic knowledge of real-life murder cases. She lives in London.
Pan Macmillan are thrilled to share that The Seagull by Ann Cleeves and Little Deaths by Emma Flint are among the longlisted titles for the 2018 Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year award.
New York is a city of many names and many guises, from the stately brownstones of Brooklyn, to the glass skyscrapers and commerce of Manhattan, from the trendy SoHo cafes to the bright lights of Broadway. It is a city that holds a unique allure, so it’s no surprise that it’s inspired ...
We asked some of our Picador authors to share the Man Booker books they've loved most since the prize's inception in 1969.
Emma Flint shares how her debut crime novel, Little Deaths, was inspired by her fascination with a real-life murder trial in 1960s New York.
We're thrilled to announce that seven Pan Macmillan crime authors have been longlisted for the 2017 CWA Dagger Awards.
Join a host of brilliant fiction authors, including David Baldacci, Mandasue Heller, Kate Morton, Emma Flint, Fiona Cummins, Michelle Davies and Aga Lesiewicz for a three-day festival in partnership with four North East Libraries.
From gripping debuts to essential non-fiction, there’s sure to be something here to kick start your 2017 ‘to read’ pile.