Praise for Siobhán's Work
Vivid characters, great storytelling and a spine-tingling twist.
A full tapestry of secrets and lies. A perfect mix for a thrilling read. I loved GUILTY.
An unsettling, suspenseful tale of heartbreak and revenge. I flew through it.
Author of DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS and the INSPECTOR TOM REYNOLDS series
Author of THE MISSING ONES and the DETECTIVE LOTTIE PARKER series
Author of THE BODY FALLS and the INISHOWEN MYSTERIES series
Siobhán studied electronic engineering at the National University of Ireland, Galway, and had a successful career writing for the technology sector in Scotland, France and Ireland.
Siobhán published her first novel TWISTED RIVER in 2016, following up shortly afterwards with THE BLUE POOL.
Her next psychological suspense GUILTY was published in June 2020. THE BRIDE COLLECTOR publishes in July 2021.
She is published in the UK & Ireland by Little, Brown, in the US and Canada by Viking Penguin, in France by Archipel and in Germany by Piper.
Siobhán lives in Ireland with her husband and two sons.
“Page turner guilty of a gripping story. You could choke on the delicious venality & hypocrisy. Just one of the creepy thrills in this page turner."
Liam Heylin on GUILTY
THE IRISH TIMES
“This is a terrifically dark, twisty thriller, skilfully plotted and stylishly written."
Declan Hughes on GUILTY
"GUILTY is a classy and cleverly plotted psychological thriller that grips from page one, packed with well-drawn characters and delivering an absolute zinger of a twist in the tale in the final pages.”
The Irish Times, 28 Sep 2020
Summer on the Wild Mad Frantic Way
Alarmingly, the clutches of abandoned cars soon became one long, meandering ribbon as far as the eye could see. And this time there was a stream of oncoming traffic. The relaxing, scenic trip had become a game of dare.
You Magazine, 27 Jun 2020
Scenes From a Garden
Cats like our garden. Underneath the ash tree, especially. Where our own cat and a much cleverer cat called Sylvester used to air-box. Unfortunately, Sylvester didn’t last long. He disappeared overnight a while back. We suspect he was a cat who knew too much.
Woman's Way, 27 Jul 2020
Facts of Life (Irish Style)
She put it to me that would I really want to eat sweets all the time if they were available to me 24/7? A tricky question. I and my pals had been in charge of the lunchtime tuck shop at school the previous term and had done precisely that.