Thorne Moore

Thorne Moore was born in Luton and now lives in Pembrokeshire. She writes psychological mysteries, or “domestic noir,” exploring the reason for crimes and their consequences, rather than the details of the crimes themselves, and her first novel, A Time For Silence, was published by Honno in 2012, with its prequel, The Covenant, published in 2020. Motherlove and The Unravelling were also published by Honno. Shadows (Lume), is set in an old mansion in Pembrokeshire and is paired with Long Shadows (Lume), which explains the history and mysteries of the same old house.

Estyn Allan is a collaboration between Welsh public libraries to create digital content, led by the Society of Chief Librarians Wales (SCL Cymru) and funded by the Welsh Government. Crime Cymru is a diverse collective of Welsh crime writers, spanning crime fiction and non-fiction. Estyn Allan and Crime Cymru together introduce ‘Partners in Crime’, a series of videos featuring presentations by Crime Cymru writers.

Estyn Allan presents Thorne Moore …


Partners in Crime Poster Week 3


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