'[Waiting for Lindsay] is a lyrical and melancholy novel about loss, relationships and passing time, but it can also be read as a Robert Goddard-style mystery.' Publishing News
Forsyth writes with warmth and sensitivity, exploring the ways in which an ordinary family is changed by tragedy
Waiting for Lindsay is a confident debut presenting real, difficult lives in a fluid telling that washes out the dark nooks and crannies of loss and love
'A warm, sensitive novel which explores the long-lasting effects of a family tragedy' Coventry Evening Telegraph
An evocative, atmospheric read about a family contending with more troubles than most
'moving, haunting and . . . beautifully written. . . an impressive debut that provides a vivid impression of the past as a shared experience' Metro
A haunting first novel
An enthralling read
[Waiting for Lindsay] is a lyrical and melancholy novel about loss, relationships and passing time, but it can also be read as a Robert Goddard-style mystery'
. . . haunting and evocative. . . assured and polished
An enthralling first novel written with polish and assured style.
At times uncomfortable but never less than compelling, this is a work of near poetic accomplishment.