Michelle Davies has been writing for magazines for twenty years, including on the production desk at Elle, and as Features Editor of Heat. Her last staff position before going freelance was Editor-at-Large at Grazia magazine and she currently writes for a number of women's magazines and newspaper supplements. Michelle has previously reviewed crime fiction for the Sunday Express's Books section. "
"Michelle lives in London with her partner and daughter and juggles writing crime fiction with her freelance journalism and motherhood. Gone Astray is her first novel, and the sequel is Wrong Place.
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.
Three bestselling crime writers share the secrets to creating heart-stopping story lines and their writing careers so far.
From Happy Valley to Orange is the New Black, a few of our authors tell us what crime dramas they're hooked on.
We asked Michelle Davies, author of Gone Astray, how she would commit the perfect murder. It involves poison, the London Underground and an after-dinner petit four...
Michelle Davies tells us about inspiration behind her debut novel Gone Astray.
In mid-July, the Pan Macmillan crime team (authors included) made their way to the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival, Harrogate. For some of our authors, it was their first time at the festival.
Fiona Cummins, Aga Lesiewicz and Michelle Davies will be talking about their books, Rattle, Exposure and Wrong Place as part of the crime panel for the Big North Book Run festival.
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