Latest mystery novel:
GAME OF BONES #18 Rafferty & Llewellyn Series
Geraldine Evans is a multi-published British novelist. After eighteen books published with traditional publishers (Macmillan and St Martin's Press, amongst them), in 2010 she made the decision to become independent. She's since gone on to publish all of her back-list, as well as new novels in the Rafferty series (Game of Bones, The Spanish Connection, Asking for It, and Kith & Kill).
Her first mystery novel, Dead Before Morning (Rafferty & Llewellyn series), was plucked from Macmillan's slush pile and published (in the UK in 1993, and the US in 1994). She's just published Game of Bones her 18th novel in the Rafferty series. She is a member of Mystery People and the Crime Writers' Association.
She's devoured mysteries and history for years, Agatha Christie, Cynthia Harrod-Eagles, P D James, Ruth Rendell, Janet Evanovich, Reginald Hill, Ruth Dudley Edwards, MC Beaton, and countless others, she must have read thousands of them, but she still comes back for more. Her favourite crime author is Cynthia Harrod-Eagles, whom she loves for her witty Bill Slider series. Her favourite Historical Fictional author is Sharon Penman, especially her The Sunne in Splendour, though Geraldine has recently discovered another, the author of Three Maids for a Crown, about the three tragic Grey sisters by author Ella March Chase.
Her working life was so varied that she was bound to become a writer. It includes stints in a psychiatric hospital, a public library, running their own vehicle repair workshop with her mechanic husband, an au pair, behind bars, in factories, for the legal world, the energy world and the insurance world as an office temp. She's helped out in the Constituency Office of her local Member of Parliament and looked after other people's dogs while their owners took a holiday. She's worked with some great people (and some not so great. But it was all to feed into her writing, so was beneficial.)
Her interests include photography, getting God-like in the greenhouse, learning keyboards and painting amateur portraits of unwilling victims.
She spent most of her life in London (UK), where she was born and brought up, the youngest of four children, but moved to a market town in Norfolk (UK) in 2000, with George, her late husband.
Geraldine Evans is a full-time author.
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