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About Rachel

Rachel Amphlett writes crime fiction and spy novels, most notably the Dan Taylor espionage novels and the Detective Kay Hunter series, as well as a number of standalone crime thrillers.

Having spent 13 years based in Brisbane, Australia, Rachel recently returned to the UK. She cites her writing influences as Michael Connelly, Lee Child, and Robert Ludlum. She’s also a huge fan of Peter James, Val McDermid, Peter Robinson, Robert Harris, Ken Follett, and Stuart MacBride...

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How do you find a new mystery series to read?

How do you find a new mystery series to read?

Living in an English village can have its ups and downs but one thing I do enjoy is the sense...
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Writing updates and Detective Kay Hunter news

Writing updates and Detective Kay Hunter news

The past few weeks since publishing The Friend Who Lied have zoomed past, and I realise I haven't provided an...
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Introducing a locked room mystery with a psychological twist

Introducing a locked room mystery with a psychological twist

For those of you who have been reading my books for a while now, I’m guessing it’s not a complete...
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Writing into the dark… and other leaps of faith

Writing into the dark… and other leaps of faith

My first novel, WHITE GOLD, was published back in 2011 and a lot has changed since then. From a business...
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An update from the writing cave

An update from the writing cave

I’ve realised it’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted anything here, and the truth is that 2019 is already...
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What Tools Do I Need To Write A Book?

What Tools Do I Need To Write A Book?

The publishing industry is changing all the time, and so are the tools writers can use to write a book...
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How do I make an audiobook? (Part 2)

How do I make an audiobook? (Part 2)

Once a book is written, it takes a whole team to make it possible to share with readers. That's especially...
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Where do writers get their ideas from?

Where do writers get their ideas from?

Found: a mummified monkey in the ceiling of a department store This was the headline that screamed out from my...
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Why create an Official Reading Guide for my books?

Why create an Official Reading Guide for my books?

I got a shock the other month. Scrolling through a search on my Amazon author page to check my large...
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On #LibraryWeek – Why I love working with libraries

On #LibraryWeek – Why I love working with libraries

It often surprises me that marketing to libraries as a way to find new readers is often overlooked by indie...
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