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Oltre ad essere l'autrice di sette libri, Lynda lavora anche a tempo pieno come direttrice delle vendite. Fare due lavori è qualcosa che ha fatto spesso ed ha avuto il privilegio di essere stata un'infermiera, una modella (nella sua giovinezza), un'istruttrice di pronto intervento di emergenza e un'istruttrice di immersioni subacquee PADI ... e sì, era abbastanza pazza da immergersi il mare con gli squali, senza gabbia.
A seguito di un incidente automobilistico che ha cambiato la vita nel 2008, Lynda è rimasta con mobilità limitata nel braccio destro. Non potendo più immergersi o insegnare, si è dedicata al suo amore per la scrittura, un hobby che aveva seguito avidamente sin da quando era un'adolescente.
La sua storia di vita, insieme alle varie scelte di carriera, aiuta Lynda a creare storie di suspense romantica, con trame impegnative e imprevedibili.
Dopo essere entrato a far parte della Romantic Novelist Association nel 2014 sotto l'egida del New Writers Scheme, il romanzo di debutto di Lynda "House of Secrets" ha vinto il concorso Choc Lit Search for a Star nel 2015 e il suo sesto libro "No Place Like Home" è uscito a luglio 2021, con il suo nuovo editore Boldwood Books.
Attualmente vive in un piccolo borgo rurale, con il suo "eroe in casa", con cui è felicemente sposata da oltre 25 anni.
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‘Dark and dramatic, with an explosive ending’ Diane Saxon
'The plot twists kept me guessing right until the end' ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
A gripping new psychological thriller that will keep you up all night.
Sisters Molly and Beth Winters thought their remote clifftop house would be the perfect place to hide away after their mother’s brutal murder. They were wrong….
Because someone from the girls’ past has already found their safe house and he is watching and waiting in the shadows ready to make them pay.
Their new home should have been the place the sisters were safe.
But no place is safe forever and danger could be closer than they think....
A gripping new thriller from Lynda Stacey guaranteed to keep you up all night!
Perfect for fans of Teresa Driscoll, Sue Watson, Jackie Kabler and Kendra Elliot.
This book was previously published as No Place Like Home
What everyone's saying about The Sisters Next Door:
'Unpredictable, fast-paced, full of life' ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
'I was hooked on this book and couldn't put it down' ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
'I was hooked from the start... Very suspenseful' ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
‘Dark and dramatic, with an explosive ending’ Bestselling author Diane Saxon.
Praise for Lynda Stacey...
Lynda Stacey is up there with Nora Roberts and Karen Rose when it comes to writing jaw-dropping, nerve-twisting and addictive tales spiced with intrigue, passion and suspense and she is on top form with her latest novel, Keeper of Secrets. Julie 9th November 2019
Lynda Stacey knows how to write a psychological thriller and is very adept at building suspense throughout. Sincerely Book Angels
Lynda is a fantastic storyteller - setting the scene in a very descriptive way and bringing characters to life that you just have to emphasize with - so much emotion!!!
Lynda Stacey takes the reader on a journey of suspense with lots of twists and turns, most of which you won't see coming. It was an incredibly great read from start to finish giving me goosebumps along the way. Tasha Williams about House of Secrets
Fabulous new story from the author of best selling novels, The Fake Date and House of Secrets.
For as long as Cassie Hunt can remember her Aunt Aggie has spoken about the forgotten world that exists just below their feet, in the tunnels and catacombs of the Sand House.
When excavation work begins on the site shocking secrets are uncovered and danger is never far away, both above and below ground…
What folks are saying about Keeper of Secrets:
~ Lynda Stacey is up there with Nora Roberts and Karen Rose when it comes to writing jaw-dropping, nerve-twisting and addictive tales spiced with intrigue, passion and suspense and she is on top form with her latest novel, Keeper of Secrets. An outstanding tale full of menace, danger and desire, Keeper of Secrets is a book guaranteed to keep you reading long past your bedtime.
~ Keeper Of Secrets' is a gripping and emotional read that had me on the edge of my seat throughout. I will definitely be reading more of Lynda's work in the future.
~ I loved how there was a little bit of everything within the pages of this book to keep you entertained, thrilled and shocked!
A fake date that left her fighting for her life!
Nine hours and eleven minutes …
That’s how long it’s been since Ella Hope was beaten to within an inch of life and left for dead.
She lies, unable to move and praying for somebody to find her, as she counts down the minutes and wonders who could have hated her so much to have hurt her so badly.
Was it the man she went on a date with the previous evening, the man linked to the deaths of two other women? Or somebody else, somebody who wants her out of the picture so much they’re willing to kill?
Whoever it is, they will pay. All Ella has to do first is survive …
What folks are saying about The Fake Date:
~ Full of twists and turns as Ms Stacey throws plausible red herrings in your path and leads you up believable blind alleys.
~ I loved this book which had me hooked from the start.
~ A great story that draws you in on the first page and makes you want to read on and on to find out what happened,
~ I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me gripped and consequently I finished it very quickly
~ I never usually pay that much attention to strap lines – those “jaw-dropping twists” all too frequently disappoint. But when the publishers called this one “a gripping thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat”, they got it absolutely right.
Perfect for fans of L J Ross, Joy Ellis & Faith Martin.
Last year’s Christmas at Wrea Head Hall didn’t quite go to plan which is why Jess Croft is determined this festive season will be the one to remember, for the right reasons. And she has plenty of reasons to be hopeful, she’s going to marry the man of her dreams, Jack Stone, seven days after New Year’s Eve.
However, as family secrets are revealed in hidden letters and two unexpected guests turn up on the doorstep, Jess is left wondering whether her life will ever be the same again.
Can Jess and Jack still experience a peaceful festive season that they had imagined or are there some problems that even Christmas can’t fix?
Can a secret be worse than a lie?
Every time Kate Duggan looks in a mirror she is confronted by her guilt; a long, red scar reminding her that she was ‘the one to walk away’ from the car accident. Not everyone was so lucky …
On the surface her fiancé Rob is supportive – but the reality is different. He’s controlling, manipulative and, if the phone call Kate overhears is anything to go by, he has a secret. But just how dangerous is that secret?
When Kate begins work at a firm of private investigators, she meets Ben Parker. His strong and silent persona is intriguing but it’s also a cover – because something devastating happened to Ben, something he can’t get over.
As Kate and Ben begin their first assignment, they become close. But, what they don’t realise is how close to home the investigation will bring them, or who will be hurt in the process …
What people are saying:
~ "Lynda Stacey showed she could really crank up the tension and write a great story with her last book, House of Secrets. But this one…phew!"
~ "I love a good mystery with well developed characters. Kate is a great heroine - full of complexity. Ben is strong, funny, and sexy. There were lots of twists and turn in this story to keep the reader guessing."
~ "If you like romantic suspense then you can't go wrong with this book."
~ "It's got everything! Romance, suspense, dealing with the past, humour......you name it, it's in there! ...I love how this novel moves, you are literally swept along with it."
Perfect for fans of Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty, L J Ross and Sue Fortin.
For fans of Sue Fortin, L J Ross & Liane Moriarty. A compelling read.
A woman on the run, a broken man and a house with a shocking secret …
Madeleine Frost has to get away. Her partner Liam has become increasingly controlling to the point that Maddie fears for her safety, and that of her young daughter Poppy. .
Desperation leads Maddie to the hotel owned by her estranged father – the extraordinarily beautiful Wrea Head Hall in Yorkshire. There, she meets Christopher ‘Bandit’ Lawless, an ex-marine and the gamekeeper of the hall, whose brusque manner conceals a painful past.
After discovering a diary belonging to a previous owner, Maddie and Bandit find themselves immersed in the history of the old house, uncovering its secrets, scandals, tragedies – and, all the while, becoming closer.
But Liam still won’t let go, he wants Maddie back, and when Liam wants something he gets it, no matter who he hurts …
What people are saying about House of Secrets:
I laughed, I cried, I gasped, I shouted - all out loud - which, to me, is the sign of a brilliant book. When I become so immersed that I lose the real world completely. And that is what this book did. Anne's Book Corner.
House of Secrets is a gripping novel that kept me on the edge of my seat for several hours. Suze Lavender, Top 500 Reviewer
Wow. What can I say, I loved this book.Rachel Dove
Winner of Choc Lit 2015 Search for a Star competition.