Erin Kelly is the Sunday Times bestselling author of He Said/She Said, about a couple whose lives are torn apart when they witness a rape at a music festival. Her debut novel, The Poison Tree, was a major ITV drama and a Richard & Judy summer read and longlisted for the CWA John Creasey Dagger Award; of it, Stephen King said ‘I wish I’d written it’. In 2014 Erin was chosen to write the novelisation of the Bafta-winning series Broadchurch and her other standalone psychological thrillers, The Burning Air, The Sick Rose and The Ties That Bind were all critically acclaimed.
Erin has worked as a journalist since 1998, with her work appearing in The Pool, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Express, The Mirror, Elle, Red, Psychologies and all the major magazines. She combines this freelance career with teaching work.
She runs the six-month novel-writing course at Curtis Brown Creative and works regularly for Guardian Masterclasses. She has lectured at Warwick, City and London Metropolitan universities. She also mentors private clients. Erin lives in North London with her husband and two daughters.