Amy Kitcher has been a waitress, a teacher, a shop assistant, a lobbyist, and a politician. She has camped in the Sahara, lived in a Parisian apartment reputedly haunted by a monk and survived being run over by a pensioner. She loves travelling, reading and board games – any form of escapism really, which is what lead her, inevitably, to writing. She and her husband live in South Wales with their two children and a rescued Staffordshire Bull Terrier. ‘Blood Will Tell’ is her first novel.