Eve Seymour is the author of nine novels, including the Tallis and Hex series of spy stories. The Good Book Guide wrote, "Seymour is able to convey the excitement of the more straightforward brand of adventure thriller, while freighting in the subtle undertones of the more sophisticated novelists of the genre."
Eve was educated in Malvern at an all girls’ boarding school, which she detested. Spectacularly underachieving, she was one of the early intakes of girls into the sixth form of a hitherto all boys’ school in Cheltenham, which she thought was a lot better. After a short but successful career in PR in London and Birmingham, she married and disappeared to Devon. Five children later, she returned and began to write seriously. In a bid to make her work as authentic as possible, she bent the ears of numerous police officers, firearms officers, scenes of crime, the odd lawyer and United Nations personnel. She now lives with her second husband and often has a houseful of offspring, sons-in-law, partners, and a growing tribe of little ones. Nomadic by nature, she has lived in various counties and is planning another move very soon.
After Eve diversified into writing psychological thrillers, Beautiful Losers made its debut in March 2016 and features Kim Slade, a clinical psychologist specialising in young women with eating disorders. Its sequel, and also published by US publisher, Midnight Ink, An Imperfect Past, followed in March 2017. Don’t Tell Anyone, published under the pseudonym, Eleanor Gray, was released in December 2016 and features Grace Neville, an art historian who seeks justice while mourning the death of her only daughter. Lori Radar-Day, Mary Higgins Clark and Anthony Award winning author says: "Don’t Tell Anyone is a book you’ll be telling your friends about".
Eve's new novel, House of Lies, was published in ebook in March 2017 and in paperback in June.
Don't Tell Anyone - December 2016
Patience Is A Virtue - March 2016
Game For 'Game Over'? - May 2014
Agent: Broo Doherty
Books by Eve Seymour