ABOUT ERIN YOUNG


ERIN YOUNG is the pseudonym of acclaimed historical novelist, Robyn Young, author of eight internationally bestselling novels. She has been published in 19 languages in 22 countries, selling two million books worldwide. She lives and writes in Brighton, England.

Erin Young’s debut thriller, The Fields, was inspired by an article she read about the menacing power of Big Agriculture. A decision to set the novel in Iowa, corn-capital of the world, led her to make a fascinating journey across the state – from chance encounters with cops and farmers, and an audience with a local mayor, to shooting Glocks and getting caught in supercell storms.

Having grown up in a fishing village in Devon, Erin feels drawn to the claustrophobic dramas of rural small-towns and the secrets they hide.


Erin also writes historical fiction as Robyn Young

Robyn’s first novels, The Brethren Trilogy, set during the crusades and following the story of Knight Templar, Will Campbell, became an international success, published in 21 countries in 19 languages, selling over 2 million copies. She was a Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller. Robyn went on to write the highly acclaimed Insurrection Trilogy, which tells the story of Robert Bruce and his struggles against King Edward I of England. Her latest series, New World Rising, follows Jack Wynter, from the bloody turmoil of the Wars of the Roses, through the chaos and splendour of Renaissance Europe.

Find Robyn Young here: RobynYoung.com

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