The Amy Lane Mysteries – agoraphobic hacker Amy Lane tracks the digital debris of Cardiff’s criminals, assisted by ex-con Jason Carr seeking their secrets on the street.

Author Rosie Claverton is available for interviews with book bloggers, local and national press. She is keen to engage with book clubs in person or via Skype outside London. You can contact her at rosie[at]rosieclaverton[dot]com or see her personal website for more information.

Media Kit
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Praise for Terror 404
“Rosie Claverton has produced a highly original heroine with truly authentic strengths and flaws, in this stunning addition to the psychological crime thriller genre. Definitely recommended.” Zoë Sharp, creator of the bestselling Charlie Fox thriller series

Praise for Code Runner
“Be prepared for a thrilling ride through the countryside of Cardiff, South Wales, and its environs as Amy Lane embarks on another wild adventure.” – RT Magazine 4* review

“Code Runner is a very strong followup to the first book and I am firmly hooked on the Amy and Jason chronicles…The sense of place is effectively developed; this isn’t a story that could take place anywhere, but rather it is firmly rooted in its context…Amy, Jason, Cerys, Bryn, and Owen feel pretty real to me and I want to spend more time with them.” – Dear Author Recommended Read

Praise for Binary Witness
“Deft writing, fabulous characterisation and a plot that never lets go.” Dave Sivers, author of the Archer and Baines crime series.

“Binary Witness is an unashamed geeky mash-up of crime references…Claverton’s eventual revelation of the identity of the killer is a terrific sleight of hand.” Crime Thriller Fella

“Claverton manages the unlikely conjuring trick of making [Amy] both vulnerable and dominant, impossibly frail and yet with a core of steel.” Crime Fiction Lover – 4* review

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