Isabelle Grey

Writer for television and novelist
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Isabelle Grey is a novelist and screenwriter. She is the author of two standalone novels of psychological suspense, Out of Sight and The Bad Mother, and an Essex-based crime series featuring DI Grace Fisher, all of which are published by Quercus.


Isabelle began her career as a freelance journalist, contributing reviews and features to national newspapers and magazines. She has written for film, radio and television, including numerous original drama commissions and episodes of such long-running series as Wycliffe, Midsomer Murders and The Bill, and also the BBC1 docu-drama Genghis Khan.


Her most recent television credit is for ‘Tina's Story’, the finale of BBC1’s award-winning Accused, co-written with Jimmy McGovern and described by The Times as “the most moving and powerful drama on television in a long time”.

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There is plenty of suspense and gripping, instructive writing about real people facing impossible, often tragic predicaments. This is an excellent crime novel, warmly recommended

Jessica Mann
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