Helen FitzGerald writes teen fiction and thrillers. She’s been described as ‘a startling new talent in the edgier corner of the crime fiction scene.’ Her novels – Dead Lovely, My Last Confession, The Devil’s Staircase and Bloody Women – have been translated into numerous languages and widely praised as ‘glorious black comedy’ and ‘thinking women’s noir’.
“For quality chick-lit with a murderous twist, look no further than FitzGerald’s brand of thinking woman’s noir.” Sunday Telegraph
Books by Helen FitzGerald
Amelia O’Donohue is SO NOT a Virgin (for teenagers)
Everything’s going swimmingly at school for Rachel, until she finds a newborn baby in the cupboard.
World rights (excluding UK): Sourcebooks
When 16-year-old Abigail’s mother dies in Scotland, Abigail discovers her father is living in California. What’s more, she has an eighteen-year-old sister, Becky, and the two are expecting Abigail to move in with them. After struggling to overcome her natural suspicions of a note from beyond the grave, Abigail grows close to her newfound sister. But then Becky is found dead, the accidental victim of an apparent drug overdose. As Abigail wrestles with her feelings and compiles a “Book of Remembrance” of her sister’s short life, she uncovers a horrifying global plot aimed at controlling teen behavior: one that took her sister’s and mother’s lives, with vast implications.
UK/Commonwealth: Jenny Brown Associates
Rest of world rights: Soho Press
Helen FitzGerald’s teen titles are represented at Jenny Brown Associates by Lucy – firstname.lastname@example.org