Emma Styles writes contemporary Australian noir about young women taking on the patriarchy. She grew up in Perth, Western Australia and now lives in London where she was born. She loves a road trip and once sat out a cyclone on the north west coast of WA in a LandCruiser Troop Carrier. Emma has an MA in Crime Fiction from the University of East Anglia. Her debut novel, No Country for Girls, won the Little, Brown UEA Crime Fiction Award in 2020 and was chosen by Val McDermid to feature in her New Blood panel for outstanding debut novelists at the 2022 Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate.
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