Zoë Sharp

Zoë Sharp began her writing career as a teenage freelance motoring writer, and then travelled the world as a photo-journalist.  She wrote her first novel aged fifteen, but her first published work was the first Charlie Fox novel, KILLER INSTINCT, which expanded into a prize-winning series of ten books. Zoë’s work is regularly shortlisted for awards including the CWA’s Short Story Dagger, the Mystery Writers of America’s Edgar Award, Bouchercon’s Anthony Award, and the Benjamin Franklin Award from the Independent Book Publishers' Association.  Zoë is also an experienced public speaker.

Publications

The Charlie Fox series - Winner of the 2015 Love Is Murder Award for Best Series

Charlie Fox is a tough, self-sufficient heroine with a motorbike and an attitude.  After being kicked out of army Special Forces training, she turns to teaching self-defence to women to earn her living and then, at the invitation of an ex-Army friend, reinvents herself as a crack close protection expert.

 

 

The Blood Whisperer (standalone crime thriller)

Top crime-scene specialist Kelly Jacks was once known as The Blood Whisperer, but that all ended the day she woke next to a body, knife in hand and with no memory of what happened.  A prison sentence follows, and after that the only work she can get is cleaning up crime scenes.  When she’s hired to clean up after a suicide, all her old instincts come to life and once again she finds herself in hot water and accused of murder.

 

 

What other writers say about Zoë Sharp:

‘Scarily good.’  Lee Child.

 

‘Charlie Fox is simply the best.’ Jeffery Deaver.

 

‘Zoë Sharp is one of the sharpest, coolest, and most intriguing writers I know.’ Harlan Coben.

 

' Zoë Sharp and Charlie Fox both kick ass.’ Mark Billingham.

 

‘Charlie Fox is one of the most vivid and engaging heroines ever to swagger onto the pages of a book. Where Charlie goes, thrills follow.’ Tess Gerritsen.

 

 

 

 

Keane Kataria Literary Agency handles translation rights only in Zoë Sharp's work.

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