I Came to Find a Girl

'Dark, haunting, twisted ... unforgettable' the Telegraph. A complex game of cat and mouse in the streets of Nottingham ends in death. Young artist Mia Jackson is compelled to watch the posthumous video diaries of Jack Flood – artist and convicted serial killer. Can Mia allow Drake Gallery to show Aftermath, in their retrospective of his work? Muse or victim, why was she allowed to survive? More

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About Jaq Hazell

Jaq Hazell is the author of My Life as a Bench, I Came to Find a Girl (Best Crime Fiction of 2015, the Telegraph), and London Tsunami & Other Stories. She writes crime and contemporary fiction for adults, children and YA and has been shortlisted for the Jane Austen Short Story Award and the Virginia Prize for Fiction. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway, University of London. Born near Portsmouth, she studied textile design at Nottingham and her first full-time job was at Buckingham Palace. She has also designed humorous greetings cards and worked as a journalist. She lives in London.

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