Lee Weeks

Lee Weeks was born in Devon. She left school at seventeen and, armed with a notebook and very little cash, spent seven years working her way around Europe and South East Asia. She returned to settle in London, marry and raise two children. She has worked as an English teacher and personal fitness trainer. Her books have been Sunday Times bestsellers . She now lives in Devon.

Her latest novel, Kiss and Die, was published in July 2010, thrust the reader into the suspense-ridden story of a female serial killer, ostensibly targetting male businessmen which spirals out of control…

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