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Praise for MISSING, PRESUMED: 'Where Steiner excels is in the depth and clarity with which she depicts her characters. Manon is sad and lonely, estranged from her sister and something of a misanthrope. But she's also funny and clever, and interesting. I defy you not to fall for her' Thriller of the Month, Observer 'A cracking page-turner' Woman Home 'This clever, witty novel is one of those rare books that marries excellent writing and memorable characters with an absorbing plot and a startling twist' Sunday Express 'Steiner's engrossing, gripping and wry prose, beautifully detailed storytelling and the wonderfully drawn DS Manon Bradshaw elevate this missing person novel into something quite spectacular and deeply satisfying' Best crime thrillers of 2016, Red 'The most satisfying read in ages...Utterly brilliant' INDIA KNIGHT 'Loving Missing, Presumed - intelligent, funny, gripping and beautifully written' CARYS BRAY 'Gripping, authentic, funny and moving, Missing, Presumed hits the sweet spot between literary and crime fiction. The plot is gripping, with a twist that knocked me sideways, swiftly followed by another one that knocked me back in the other direction. More than that, the characters became dear friends over the course of the book. I'm already looking forward to the next one.' ERIN KELLY 'Within a chapter, DS Manon Bradshaw announces herself as a detective to follow through books and books to come. A treat in store for those who love their crime fiction rich in psychology, beautifully written and laced with dark humour. Dive in.' LUCIE WHITEHOUSE 'Enjoyable...an intriguing mix of light and shade. DS Manon Bradshaw is a messed-up, big-hearted detective in the best tradition' HARRIET LANE 'This is a cracking mystery, but one peopled with such brilliant female characters, so fantastically well drawn that it feels like more than a mere thriller' THE DEBRIEF
Susie Steiner began her writing career as a news reporter first on local papers, then on the Evening Standard, the Daily Telegraph and The Times. In 2001 she joined the Guardian, where she worked as a commissioning editor for 11 years. Her first novel, Homecoming - described as 'truly exceptional' by the Observer - was published by Faber Faber in 2013. She lives in London with her husband and two children.