Crime Author Alex Clare Book Signing Waterstones

Alex Clare Books - He's Gone and She's Fallen

Mar 14, 2018 | Events, Intu, News

Waterstones Uxbridge has a special treat with a book signing in store on Saturday 24th March. Crime author Alex Clare will be signing copies of her new book, She’s Fallen. So if you are a fan of the series, or just love finding a new crime novel to delve into, then you should stop by and say hi!

Her first book, He’s Gone, featured transgender detective Robyn Bailley and was very well received.

She’s Fallen continues following the work of DI Bailley as she must navigate the web of lies surrounding a new case whilst still under continued criticism of her new identity.


New Release: She’s Fallen



Nineteen-year-old Shazia Johar has everything to live for. But when she is found critically injured after plunging from a hotel balcony, DI Robyn Bailley must determine why she fell. Was Shazia pushed or did she jump?


When Robyn’s team investigate the events that led to Shazia’s fall, they discover evidence of violence in the hotel room. What happened and who is responsible?


As Shazia’s life hangs in the balance, Robyn’s team discover the body of another hotel guest. With uncertainty and falsehood disturbing both investigations, Robyn must navigate the web of lies under continued criticism of her new identity from her ex-wife and her daughter.

‘Pacy, assured writing with three dimensional characters – DI Robyn Bailley is a breath of fresh air!’ LV Hay, author of THE OTHER TWIN

Praise for the Robyn Bailley series

Lifting the police procedural into new realms Alex Clare has created a contemporary and relevant heroine in DI Robyn Bailley Alice Clark-Platts, author of BITTER FRUITS

Classic crime fiction with a compelling, complex and brilliantly conceived central character. Robyn Bailley is a wonderful creation and Alex Clare is an exciting new talent Shelia Bugler, author of the Ellen Kelly crime series

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First Release: He’s Gone


How do you find a missing child when his mother doesn’t believe you have the right to even exist? When Detective Inspector Roger Bailley returns to work as Robyn, all she wants is to get on with the job she loves while finally being herself. When three-year-old Ben Chivers is snatched from a shopping centre on her first day back at work, Robyn has to find Ben and herself as she deals with the reactions of her police colleagues, the media and her own daughter.

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