Nicola Upson was born in Suffolk and read English at Downing College, Cambridge. She has worked in theatre and as a freelance journalist, and is the author of two works of non-fiction and the recipient of an Escalator Award from Arts Council England. She lives with her partner, and shares her time between Cambridge and Cornwall.
Published: January 2020
A compelling murder mystery in which events shift between a world on the brink of a devastating world war and the deadly aftermath of that war.
Published: January 2019
In the years before the Great War, M.R. James told ghost stories by candlelight to a handful of friends and scholars. Now, twenty-five years later, those men are dying, killed off one by one...
Published: November 2017
The seventh Josephine Tey mystery: Josephine Tey is in Cambridge, a town gripped by fear and suspicion as a serial rapist stalks the streets.
Published: July 2016
The latest instalment of the much-loved series starring Josephine Tey from Nicola Upson.
Published: June 2014
'Who is Lucy Kyte?' Macdonald shrugged. 'Your guess is as good as mine. Lucy Kyte is a mystery.'
Published: December 2012
Hitchcock meets Josephine Tey in this wonderfully atmospheric murder mystery.
Published: April 2011
Third in the gripping new golden age detective series featuring Josephine Tey.
Published: March 2010
The second in the enthralling historical crime series featuring Golden Age crime writer Josephine Tey.
Published: April 2009
From a great new talent in British crime writing, this is the first in an engrossing new series that cleverly blends fact and fiction.