Zoë  Sharp

Interviewed 05 April 2014

Zoë Sharp

Zoë Sharp was born in Nottinghamshire, but spent her formative years on a catamaran off the north west of England, opting to be educated at home rather than school in her teens. In 1988 she made use of her passion for cars by becoming a freelance motoring writer, moving from that into photography. She is best known for her Charlie Fox series, two of which have been finalists for the Barry Award for Best British Crime Novel.


Books by Zoë Sharp

Dancing on the Grave

A sniper is operating on the Cumbrian fells. CSI Grace McColl and DC Nick Weston must track him down before the death toll rises even further.

Reviewed on 07 July 2018 by Linda Wilson

Fox Hunter

Charlie Fox is on the trail of her former lover and ex-boss Sean Meyer who appears to have gone on a murderous rampage, targeting the men who brought Charlie’s army career to a brutal end.

Reviewed on 16 December 2017 by Linda Wilson

The Blood Whisperer

Former crime scene investigator Kelly Jacks simply can’t ignore the evidence, even though it’s not her business and no longer her job.

Reviewed on 26 September 2015 by Linda Wilson

Absence of Light and other stories

Charlie Fox returns in a collection of short stories and a novella spanning Charlie’s career in close personal protection work.

Reviewed on 18 July 2015 by Linda Wilson