Susi Holliday

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Librarian Note: Also writes under the name S.J.I. Holliday.

Susi (S.J.I.) Holliday grew up near Edinburgh and spent many years working in her family’s newsagent and pub before studying microbiology and statistics at university. She has worked as a statistician in the pharmaceutical industry for 20 years, but it was on a 6-month round-the-world-trip that she took with her husband several years ago that she rediscovered her passion for writing.

She has written 6 novels:
BLACK WOOD (2015)
WILLOW WALK (2016)
THE DAMSELFLY (2017)
THE DEATHS OF DECEMBER (2017)
THE LINGERING (2018)
VIOLET (2019)

You can find out more at www.sjiholliday.com, or on Twitter and Facebook @SJIHolliday.
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“Hope. It's an emotion that you want to keep hold of, but one that can destroy the most.”
Susi Holliday, The Deaths of December




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