L.A. Larkin (Louisa) is the author of four novels, three thrillers with Hachette/Constable, and a dog detective mystery with Harper Collins/Avon Books. Described by James Phelan as 'a world-class thriller writer' and praised by authors like Peter James and C.J Carver, she is a popular festival panellist and radio guest, and has worked on the organising committee for Australia's prestigious Ned Kelly Awards for crime writing. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Literature from the University of London and teaches thriller writing in both the UK and Australia. She is a passionate campaigner for wildlife conservation. Her time in South Africa, protecting endangered rhinos from poachers, has inspired her latest thriller, Prey.
'Breakneck and exciting.' Paul Mendelson'In Larkin, Michael Crichton has an heir apparent' - The Guardian'Exciting, original and utterly captivating' - Literature Works'Larkin's fast action style is accompanied by impressive research' - The Times'Action and intrigue in spades.' - Peter James'L.A. Larkin is a world-class thriller writer.' - James Phelan