S.W. Williams has been a professional author all her life.
Writing as Sarah Matthews she has published school textbooks such as Reality Bites and
Making Texts Work (with Huw Parker), edited classic English and American authors such as
Conan Doyle and Mark Twain, translated from the French books on history and the history of
ideas, and written a host of information books for small children.
Sarah is a passionate reader and writer of crime fiction.
She lives in the English Cotswolds, and relishes the gentle contours of the countryside around
her as she weaves her stories of brutality and betrayal.
Her debut mystery novel, a historical thriller, Small Deaths, was published in 2017.
A new series featuring Community Psychiatric Nurse Lizzie Marsh launches
with It Should Have Been You.
She has also written a non-fiction book about the art and craft of writing mystery novels,
How To Write Crime Fiction.