Her most recent novels are ‘Her Sister’s Secret’, ‘A Deadly Trade’ and ‘Final Target’, each published by Harper Collins. Eve also writes under the pseudonym G.S. Locke.
She has taken part in various literary events, including Crimefest, Bristol, and Harrogate Crime Writing Festival, and is no stranger to talking about her books on BBC radio. In November 2019, she appears in ‘Everything is Connected – George Eliot’s life,’ a new Arena documentary directed by artist Gillian Wearing on BBC 4. In the programme, Eve talks about why she chose to write with a male pseudonym, together with the challenges of writing in a genre that is traditionally associated with male writers.
She is represented by Broo Doherty at DHH Literary Agency, London. She has two crime fiction novels scheduled for release, under closely guarded pseudonym, with Orion in 2020 and 2021. You can visit her website at www.evseymour.co.uk