Linda Huber grew up in Glasgow, Scotland, but went to work in Switzerland for a year aged twenty-two, and has lived there ever since. Her day jobs have included physiotherapy (working in hospitals, schools for handicapped children, and a treatment centre for babies and small children), and teaching English. Not to mention several years spent as a full-time mum to two boys and a rescue dog.
Writing has always been her hobby, and over the years she’s had around fifty short stories and articles published in women’s magazines. Her first two books (The Paradise Trees and The Cold Cold Sea) were traditionally published in 2013 and 2014, and in 2015 she grabbed her courage with both hands and self-published The Attic Room.
At the moment she’s working on a further standalone psychological thriller, this one inspired by a conversation in the queue for the bar at a wedding.
The Attic Room (Crime, Thriller, Psychological)
Nina travels south to see the house she inherited, but sinister letters arrive and she finds herself in the middle of a police investigation. With her identity called into question, Nina uncovers a shocking crime. But what, exactly, happened in the attic room, all those years ago? The answer could lie close to home.
The arrival of her ten-year-old daughter compounds Nina’s problems, but her tormentor strikes before she can react. Searching for the truth about the Moore family puts both Nina and her child into grave danger.
Chosen Child (Crime, Thriller)
A disappearance. A sudden death. A betrayal of the worst kind.
Ella longs for a child of her own, but a gruesome find during an adoption process deepens the cracks in her marriage. A family visit starts off a horrifying chain of events, and Ella can only hope she won’t lose the person she loves most of all.
Amanda is expecting her second child when her husband vanishes. She is tortured by thoughts of violence and loss, but nothing prepares her for the shocking conclusion to the police investigation.
And in the middle of it all, a little girl is looking for a home of her own with a ‘forever’ mummy and daddy…