Samantha Wordingham

Samantha Wordingham is employed as a technical writer for a Facilities Management company, and in her spare time she enjoys writing dark psychological thrillers with sub-layers that explore crime, complex female relationships, and social, moral and political issues. At university she studied history as both an undergraduate and postgraduate student and wrote, with much enthusiasm, about witches, superstitious belief, and the history of medicine. Samantha also completed a teaching qualification which gave her the inspiration for her debut novel Poisoned Innocence. A dark, psychological thriller with a twist, the story follows a teaching assistant, who, after the death of a local boy and the disappearance of a second child, suspects three girls in her class may have a murderous streak. Will anyone believe the woman's suspicions, or are they just too terrible to comprehend?