Julie
Myerson

Julie Myerson is the author of nine novels, including the bestselling Something Might Happen and three works of non-fiction, including Home: The Story of Everyone Who Ever Lived In Our House, which was dramatised on BBC Radio 4, and The Lost Child. As a critic and columnist, she has written for many newspapers including the Guardian, the FT, Harpers Bazaar and the New York Times, and she was a regular guest on BBC TV’s Newsnight Review. She lives in London and Suffolk with her family.

CV

Book

Myerson twines a delightfully twisted tale, exposing the dark underbelly of love and the gaping, raw wounds of grief… By turns terrifying and heartbreaking; an enthralling spine-chiller.

Kirkus Review
on The Stopped Heart

It’s a gothic thriller that doesn’t go over the top; more alarming still for its literary precision... This is a book that you will turn through the night to reach its conclusion — Myerson has you dying for the end and even surer that you will do just that when you get there. 

Alex O'Connell
The Times on The Stopped Heart