M. J. McGrath was born in Essex. As Melanie McGrath she is the author of critically acclaimed, bestselling non-fiction (Silvertown and The Long Exile) and won the John Llewelyn-Rhys/Mail on Sunday award for Best New British and Commonwealth Writer under 35, for her first book Motel Nirvana. She writes for the national press and is a regular broadcaster on radio. Melanie lives and works in London. White Heat is her first novel. "
“The Arctic isn’t only a place. It’s a state of mind, a way of looking at the world, a shortcut to the soul”
Pan Macmillan author M.J. McGrath talks about Killer Women – a group of sixteen London-based crime writers who would regularly come together and share their ideas, enthusiasms and expertise with crime fiction fans.
@sarah_hilary Momo and Minou should meet
by @mcgrathmj - an hour ago
@garyjohnstone watched Hell or High Water. Tonto-style Injun character made me want to throw stuff at telly. Or just throw up. Tickled later
RT @killerwomenorg: We have a winner! Copy of KW Club anthology on its way to Caroline Lennek for nearest guess # of books in competition p…
by @mcgrathmj - 19 hours ago
@sarah_hilary a scoop of vanilla and a scoop of chocolate by the looks of him
RT @BritCrime: Longlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger award for best crime novel of the year: THE BONE SEEKER by @mcgrathmj https://t.co/8Y9yF5…
by @mcgrathmj - 21 hours ago
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