81-year-old Maud can't remember a lot of things. But she can remember that her friend Elizabeth is missing. The question is, how do you solve a mystery when you can't remember the clues? A fast-paced mystery with a leading character to make readers laugh and cry. For fans of "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time". '...both a gripping detective yarn and a haunting depiction of mental illness' "Observer". Now in paperback.
Emma Healey wrote her first short story when she was four, told her teachers she was going to be a writer when she was eight, but had learnt better by twelve and had decided on being a litigator (inspired entirely by the film Clueless). It took another ten years before she came back to writing. She grew up in London where she went to art college and completed her first degree in bookbinding. She then worked for two libraries, two bookshops, two art galleries and two universities, and was busily pursuing a career in the art world before writing overtook everything. She moved to Norwich in 2010 to study for the MA in Creative Writing at UEA and never moved back again. Elizabeth is Missing is her first novel.