Dublin-born bestselling crime author Louise Phillips won the Best Irish Crime Fiction Novel of the Year in the Irish Book Awards for The Doll’s House, her second novel. Each of her other bestselling novels, Red Ribbons, Last Kiss, The Game Changer and The Hiding Game were shortlisted for Best Irish Crime Novel of the Year in the prestigious Irish Book Awards. Along with other literary wards, in 2016, she was long-listed for the CWA Dagger in the Library Award in the U.K., as well as being a judge on the Irish panel for the EU Literary Award. Her first two novels were published in the U.S., to critical acclaim, and her fifth novel The Hiding Game is currently under option and in development with a major U.S. film company. They All Lied is her sixth novel. Louise is also the mastermind behind Crime scene at Writing.ie. She teaches creative writing workshops throughout Ireland, including the Irish Writers Centre, and is a regular speaker at literary festivals and events.

Winner Of Irish Crime Fiction Book Of The Year

Praise For They All Lied

Phillips is superb at suspense and at conjuring up a dark menacing atmosphere.

Irish Independant

What's particularly great about Phillips' writing is her fearlessness

The Irish Post