Agent: Harry Illingworth
Stuart is the author of a high-concept crime novel and lives in London with his amazing wife and little girl, and drinks lots of tea.
When he left university he went travelling for three months and stayed away for five years. Every time his parents asked when he’d be back he told them next week, and meant it.
Stuart is not to be trusted. In the nicest possible way.
He’s got a degree in English and Philosophy, which makes him excellent at arguing and terrible at choosing degrees. Having trained for no particular career, he has dabbled in most of them. He stocked shelves in a Darwin bookshop, taught English in Shanghai, worked for a technology magazine in London, wrote travel articles in Dubai, and now he’s a freelance journalist. None of this was planned, he just kept getting lost on his way to other places.
He likes a chat. He likes books. He likes people who write books and people who read books. He doesn’t know how to write a biography, so should probably stop before we start talking about his dreams or something. It was lovely to meet you, though.
Stuart's debut novel, The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, was published in 2018 by Bloomsbury and his second, The Devil and the Dark Water, in October 2020.
© Charlotte Graham
Books by Stuart Turton
Seven Deaths To Be Adapted for Netflix - December 2020
Further Two Turton Books to Raven In 'Major' Deal - November 2020
Cover Reveal for The Devil and the Dark Water - February 2020
Seven Deaths Shortlisted for the Nibbies - March 2019
Seven Deaths Wins Costa First Novel Award - January 2018
Seven Deaths shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award 2018 - November 2018
Seven Deaths Shortlisted for HWA Crown Awards 2018 - September 2018
Spotlight On Stuart Turton - May 2018
Seven Deaths Review: The Guardian - March 2018
Seven Deaths Review: The Express - February 2018
Cover reveal for The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle - August 2017
Stuart Turton's Debut Sold To Bloomsbury - October 2016