Hilary Creed

Hilary Creed was born in Surrey and educated in Kent. She trained as a teacher at Ripon College of Education in Yorkshire, and taught in the London Boroughs of Bromley and Bexley.

Throughout her teaching career, Hilary enjoyed working with young people, helping to run a weekly club, fun days and residential holidays. This resulted in her writing a number of resource books for Crusaders (now Urban Saints), followed by four books of stories for school assemblies with worksheets and material for RE lessons, published by Kevin Mayhew.

Hilary enjoyed spending time with friends and ex-colleagues. She traced her family history back to the turn of the seventeenth century in Devon, and spent several years as a carer, whilst being an active member of her church.

Hilary lived in Kent within easy reach of the countryside and coastline of Sussex, the setting for her crime novel An Insubstantial Death which came out in February 2017. She passed away in 2022.

Books by Hilary Creed

  • An Insubstantial Death

    Hilary Creed

    When Dame Emily sold Seascape House, her beloved Elizabethan mansion on the Sussex coast, to pork sausage magnate James Wedderburn, she could never have imagined...

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