UK-based author of psychological thrillers, published by Thomas & Mercer, Amazon Publishing.
Meet Camilla Black: an affluent, respected, influential fashion magazine editor, who lives it up in her beautiful Mayfair apartment. But Camilla’s glamorous life is a lie. Behind her poised exterior beats the cold dark heart of a vigilante killer, a murderer hell-bent on wreaking vengeance upon bad men.
Camilla expects to get away with murder. She’s careful. And anyway, it’s worth the risk. She’s making the world a better place with each predator she kills. But when one of her victims’ bodies is unexpectedly found, his gruesome death is splashed all over the papers.
To make matters worse, she’s now being pursued by Detective Wheelan, a new addition to the Met with a laser-sharp focus and a worrying habit of solving impossible crimes…
She knows she should stop, but she can’t. Some men just deserve to die. Will Camilla’s insatiable appetite for justice be her downfall, or can she outsmart the police?
‘Utterly unputdownable, the novel is not only complexly plotted but lyrically written, with vivid and striking lines that will linger in the reader’s mind.’
‘A kick-ass, sociopathic anti-heroine with a razor-sharp mind and an insatiable appetite for revenge: all the ingredients for a jaw-clenching, gritty, roller-coaster of a read.’
Carol Wyer, bestselling author of the DI Kate Young series
‘Dexter in stilettos. One of the best books I have read this year. Simply outstanding.’
Keri Beevis, bestselling author of Dying To Tell and Trust No One
‘Tantalizing and heart-pounding from page one, Zoe Rosi's Pretty Evil is intelligent, steamy, and a wild ride.’
Roger Canaff, award-winning author of City Dark
'Super taut and pacy thriller. This novel will have you on the edge of your seat.'
Sophia Spiers, author of The Call of Cassandra Rose
PRAISE FOR PRETTY EVIL
'The ultimate revenge story.'
‘Oh-my-word! A seriously dark, explicit, no-holds-barred novel that will send shivers down your spine!’
Noelle Holten, bestselling author of Dead Inside and Dead Wrong
‘Camilla is the new Villanelle, a character you know you shouldn’t love but you can’t help yourself! A delicious tale of revenge which left me wanting more.’
Gemma Rogers, bestselling author of Stalker and The Feud
‘Dark, twisted and satisfying.’
JA Andrews, bestselling author of Let Him In and Mummy's Boy
‘If you enjoyed American Psycho, you will love this!’
A.J.Campbell, bestselling author of Leave Well Alone and Don't Come Looking
'Camilla considers her actions a public service, and there are plenty of readers – mostly female I imagine – who will agree with her... I hesitate to say this is a fun read but vicariously punishing predators via Camilla has its merits and I certainly enjoyed it.'
AM Scanlon, The Sunday Independent
‘Rosi fires on all cylinders in this stylish erotic thriller. A dark, hugely enjoyable read that had me rooting for the cold-blooded killer.’
G.D. Abson, bestselling author of Motherland and Black Wolf
‘Rosi has created an anti-heroine for the modern age.…Intriguing and compulsive, Pretty Evil is a must read for all thriller fans.'
Matt Brolly, bestselling author of the Detective Louise Blackwood series
'The revenge book we all need...What you might get if Sophie Kinsella and Steven King decided to collaborate - a pretty Prada bag filled with severed body parts'
Alisa Valdes, bestselling author of The Dirty Girl's Social Club and Playing with Boys
'I loved Camilla, she's the anti-hero every woman secretly wishes she could be.'
Louise Mullins, author of
Is someone dangerous out to get her? Or is it all in her mind?
Becky’s life is almost perfect. Growing up, she could never have imagined living in such a safe, beautiful home, with a boyfriend as loving and kind as Alex, and hopes for a little family of her own. But then stand-offish Max moves in next door, and things begin to fall apart.
First, someone starts trolling her social media. Then she finds her tyres slashed. By the time she discovers the dead bird, left waiting for her like a prize, she’s sure someone is after her. And having spied some strange goings-on beyond her kitchen window, she suspects that person is Max.
Frightened, Becky turns to Alex for help, but she’s surprised to find that he and Max have become firm friends—and that Alex is convinced it’s all in her mind. But when news of a missing young woman breaks, Becky knows she has to do something. She’s sure she’s seen this woman in Max’s home—hasn’t she?
With Alex concerned that she’s losing her grip on reality, does Becky dare keep digging, knowing her almost-perfect life could shatter into imperfect little pieces?