Like Fox, her creator, Anya Crichton is a force of nature. BLOOD BORN is a medical thriller that grips from first page to last.
Voice, pace, suspense and detail - BLOOD BORN has it all.
Will keep you gripped from start to finish...break-neck plots...fascinating medical and police procedural details . . . What a compelling new talent!
Kathryn Fox is Australia's answer to Patricia Cornwell and Kathy Reichs: a trio who make Shakespeare's Weird Sisters look like the Nolans
This book will have you holding your breath at every page; a perfect example of how good crime fiction beats the TV dramas hands down any day.
a gritty pulse-racing thriller
If you're in the mood for a page-turner, you can't go wrong with this compelling thriller that puts Patricia Cornwell to shame . . . It's not for the faint-hearted, but you won't be able to put it down.
It's tense, believable stuff
Even the most reliable practitioners in the crime field can slip into cliché but it's clear that Kathryn Fox is a writer absolutely determined that this won't happen to her . . . BLOOD BORN is a striking piece that rings the changes with real skill and authority.
Comparisons with Patricia Cornwell and Kathy Reichs are inevitable... Fox holds her own, if not more, against the other two
Patricia Cornwell's forensic fantasies may have cooled, but Fox's morgue-talk promises to plug the gap.
Fox is stomach-churningly good