Writing Magazine

Zoe Caldwell

A big advantage for any writer is knowing the kind of story they want to tell. And Zoe Caldwell, debut crime thriller author of Predator (Bloodhound Books), certainly did that.

‘The story,’ says Zoe, a copywriter and former journalist, ’is based around Camilla Black, a poised and glamorous fashion magazine editor by day, and by night a ruthless serial killer, who sees herself as a Me Too vigilante on a mission to wreak vengeance

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