Renée Knight worked for the BBC directing arts documentaries before beginning her writing career. She has written television and film scripts for the BBC, Channel Four and Capital Films. Her first screenplay, Mother’s Day, made it onto the 2010 Brit List of best unproduced scripts of that year.
Her first novel, Disclaimer, was published by Transworld in 2015. Renée lives in London with her husband and two children.
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An unsettling page-turner of The Girl on the Train variety that will live on in readers’ imaginations
Scriptwriter Renee Knight has found her niche in the thriller and this assured debut holds the reader’s attention throughout. The timing of the suspense and the denouements is judged with surgical accuracy.
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This is a good psychological thriller with the ever-popular unreliable narrator, in this case two of them, along with lots of family drama. Sure to appeal to fans of Before I Go to Sleep, by S. J. Watson
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Jeffery Deaver, Renee Knight, Clare Mackintosh, Gerald Seymour, JS Law, and SJ Parris attending Harrogate Literary Festival
Clare Mackintosh, Renee Knight and Tammy Cohen shortlisted for The Dead Good Reader Awards
Renee Knight and Clare Mackintosh shortlisted for the Theakstons Crime Novel of the Year Award
Jeffery Deaver wins Strand Critics lifetime achievement award, Renee Knight nominated for Best First Novel