Eloísa Díaz (Madrid, 1986) is a writer and lawyer. She studied Law at Pantheon-Sorbonne University in Paris, then completed her MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University. Repentance is her debut novel. Find her online at eloisadiaz.net
Amita Murray is a writer based in London, by way of Delhi and California. Her first novel, The Trouble With Rose, was published by Harper Collins in 2019. Her short fiction won the SI Leeds Literary Prize, and has appeared in Wasafiri, SAND Berlin, The Berkeley Fiction Review and others. She's held writerly residencies with Leverhulme/University College London and Plymouth University/Literature Works, and has taught advanced fiction at the University of East Anglia and CityLit London. Find her online @AmitaMurray and www.amitamurray.com.
RV Raman is the author of the Inspector Ranade and Inspector Dhruvi thrillers, published in India, which are loosely based on his corporate career spanning three decades and four continents. His latest book, published by Agora Books in October 2020, A Will To Kill, is the first in the Harith Athreya series, and is an Agatha Christie-esque whodunit, set in India. In addition to writing, he teaches business strategy at the Indian Institute of Management. Find him at www.rvraman.com and on Twitter @RVRaman_
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Two moments in time, twenty years apart, one last chance at redemption.
What would you do with a second chance?
Arya Winters is your typical cozy heroine. She lives in a cottage in a small English village, and bakes for a living - well, she specializes in macabre desserts. She has nosy neighbors, who she avoids ruthlessly due to her social anxiety. And she has a keen interest in all things sexy, especially Branwell Beam, the writer next door.
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