EADT Suffolk - - Competition -


Ruth is an award win­ning crime nov­el­ist, and her nov­els are pub­lished in­ter­na­tion­ally. Her lat­est novel, The Things You Didn’t See, is out in April. A psy­cho­log­i­cal thriller, it is set in ru­ral Suf­folk.


Jeanette is the au­thor of two crime fic­tion nov­els, Ex­clu­sion Zone, and The Hunger Within, both pub­lished by En­deav­our Press in 2016. Her third novel, The Eight Year Lie, will also be pub­lished by En­deav­our. In July 2012 she was short­listed as a fi­nal­ist in the Marie Claire In­spire and Men­tor Award, cho­sen by Jojo Moyes.


Rosy Thorn­ton’s short story col­lec­tion, Sand­lands, was pub­lished by Sand­stone Press in 2016. She has also pub­lished five nov­els, the lat­est of which, Ninepins, won the East Anglian Book Awards prize for fic­tion in 2012. Rosy lec­tures in law at the Univer­sity of Cam­bridge, where she is a Fel­low of Em­manuel Col­lege. She di­vides her life be­tween Cam­bridge and coastal Suf­folk where Sand­lands is set.


Jayne has been editor of EADT Suf­folk mag­a­zine since 2011, and has spent her en­tire ca­reer in jour­nal­ism and pub­lish­ing in the UK and over­seas. Suf­folk born and bred she knows the county well. Through the pages of the mag­a­zine she loves to cham­pion writ­ers and artists, cel­e­brat­ing their suc­cess and achieve­ments and help­ing to bring them to a wider au­di­ence.

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