Tobias Hill

Tobias Hill was born in London. In 2003 the TLS nominated him as one the best young writers in Britain: in 2004 he was selected as one of the country's Next Generation poets and shortlisted for the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year. His collection of stories, Skin, won the Pen-Macmillan Prize for Fiction and was shortlisted for the John Llewellyn Rhys/Mail on Sunday Prize. The Cryptographer, his third novel, led AS Byatt to observe that 'Hill is one of the two or three most original and interesting young novelists working in Britain today.' His fourth novel, The Hidden, was published in 2009 to great critical acclaim.

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was Tobias Hill's stunning first collection of stories. The long title story, 'Skin', explores the Japanese underworld - an expansive tale of tattoos and acid and murder. In 'No ...

'People like to think that money and love are opposites. Anna Moore, tax inspector A2 Grade, has come to be less sure . . .'

Anna is assigned to investigate John Law, code ...

You’re ours, Ben. Now you are. Now you’re one of us.

From acclaimed author Tobias Hill, an extraordinary novel of ancient secrets, modern conflict and what it costs ...

An epic story spanning two continents and six centuries, The Love of Stones follows three very different people, each in their own way consumed by a desire that borders on ...

Among the rush hour crowds and abandoned levels of the LondonUnderground, someone is pushing women under trains. Hunting the killer, Casimir the Tube worker goes ever deeper into the subterranean ...

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