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Sanjida Kay

Author of Bone by Bone

Bone-by-BoneLaura loves her daughter more than anything in the world …

“A worrying situation quickly escalates into a nightmare … The ending had me holding my breath.”
CL Taylor

“Laura and her daughter descent deeper and deeper into a living nightmare … towards an ending that is both unexpected and deeply satisfying.”
Luana Lewis

“Explores with chilling realism the insidious nature of bullying.”
Jane Shemilt

Bone by Bone Book Launch

Sanjida Kay : February 7, 2016 7:30 pm : Writing

BONE BY BONE BOOK LAUNCH

category_diary80It’s less than a month until Bone by Bone is published! And if you’re in Bristol, do come to the book launch.

It’s going to be at Waterstones, The Galleries at 7pm, Friday 4 March. I’m delighted we’re going to serve prosecco and Wiper and True beer provided by our local vintner, Grape and Grind, plus a Bone by Bone inspired cake by cake artist Tamarind Galliford of Ahh Toots! based in St Nicholas’ Market. My friend, Ingrid Bates, is donating a couple of bottles of her delicious rosé from her own vineyard (how cool is that!) Dunleavy Vineyards, for a lucky few to sample!

 

Hope to see you there!

 

 

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Bone by Bone Book Trailer

Sanjida Kay : January 13, 2016 11:34 am : Writing

category_diary80BONE BY BONE BOOK TRAILER – Happy New Year! And welcome to my shiny new website!

I’ve had a brilliant week – the first, finished copies of Bone by Bone arrived, with sparkly bits on the cover! If you’d like a free copy of the prologue and a chance to win one of three free copies, please sign up to my mailing list (on the right hand side of this website).

 

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I’ve also been shooting a book trailer and author Q&A with Laura Pride of OMGrenegade, who makes videos for social media. more »

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Christmas Thrillers

Sanjida Kay : November 27, 2015 1:48 pm : Reviews

category_star80IMG_2913CHRISTMAS THRILLERS – If you’re looking for brilliant thrillers to thrill you over the Christmas holidays, here are my recommendations!

The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson

‘Hello there.’I looked at the pale, freckled hand on the back of the empty bar seat next to me in the business class lounge of Heathrow airport, then up 51xhf1bAusL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-v3-big,TopRight,0,-55_SX324_SY324_PIkin4,BottomRight,1,22_AA346_SH20_OU02_into the stranger’s face.’Do I know you?

Ted Severson is having a martini in Heathrow airport when he meets Lily Kintner. Over drinks and during the long flight back to the states, he tells Lily that his wife is cheating on him. He confesses that he’d like to kill her. It’s a casual, throw-away remark; the kind of thing an angry man might say after one too many gins. But Lily takes him seriously, and by the time the plane lands, the two of them have agreed to murder Ted’s beautiful, adulterous wife.

This is a wonderfully written thriller, set against the chill sweep of Maine in winter, with compelling, ice-cold characters and plot twists that will take your breath away. more »

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