Isabelle Grey is a television screenwriter whose drama credits include numerous episodes of crime series such as The Bill, Wycliffe, Rosemary & Thyme, Midsomer Murders and Jimmy McGovern’s BAFTA-winning Accused. She also wrote the acclaimed BBC drama-documentary, Genghis Khan.
She was previously a freelance journalist, and has written for film and radio as well as working with the BBC, Working Title Television, Carnival, Hat Trick and Red Productions on original drama commissions. For five years she was the Writing Tutor on MA Screenwriting at Drama Centre, Central St Martin's.
She is the author of two best-selling novels of psychological suspense, Out of Sight and The Bad Mother, and the first in a new series of crime novels, Good Girls Don’t Die, all published by Quercus.
Isabelle grew up in Manchester and lives and works in North London.