Katherine St. John
IN THE PRESS
The Lion’s Den is classic escapist reading, in every sense of the word... St. John wraps a fun yarn around a sinister mystery... After all, a vacation gone wrong is great fun, as long as you’re not on it.
St. John's sizzling debut sparkles with yacht and fashion porn... Blingy, swingy fun plus a well-crafted socially conscious suspense plot: anchors aweigh!
Once the story gets going, clever twists abound... fans of Liane Moriarty and Jessica Knoll will devour this story of beautiful people with horrible secrets.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
A delicious read...
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[In The Siren] St. John delivers on the promise of her 2020 debut, The Lion’s Den, with this superb tale of revenge and unbridled ego... action, intrigue, murder, and heart-stopping adventure... This is pure, riveting entertainment.
Salacious... a reading experience that’s as layered and decadent as a slice of tiramisu... If you put “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo,” “Gone Girl” and “Big Little Lies” into a blender, you might get “The Siren” — pulpy and scandalous enough to compete with a glossy-paged gossip rag, but with brisk, lucid writing.
Emily Henry for
THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
Katherine St. John is a native of Mississippi and a graduate of the University of Southern California who spent over a decade in the film industry as an actress, screenwriter, and director before turning to penning novels. When she's not writing, she can be found hiking or on the beach with a good book. Katherine currently lives in Atlanta with her husband and two daughters.