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‘Models are like white mice – they are cute, they all look identical, and they all sleep with each other.’

Jamie and Louise Greenhalgh look more like twins than brother and sister. He is twenty and should be in college; she is twenty-three, a born diva and a desperately failing model. But as Louise drags him from Paris to Milan and back her career mysteriously re-ignites, and Jamie is suddenly the brother of Europe’s most talked-about model. But then he learns what they are talking about…

Reviews

Hilarious, shocking and well researched ... Blincoe is brilliant at depicting the double standards, neuroses and narcissism of the fashion world ... What a treat.
Henry Sutton, Mirror
A sleek, contemporary novel ... Blincoe captures the fast pace, the insecurity and the mounting tension as showtime nears. And he gets the people, too ... If you want to know more about those creatures called models, well, Blincoe's your man
Honor Fraser, New Statesman
References to pop culture and the fashion world are perfectly integrated into the characters in this assured thriller
Christopher Silvester, Daily Mail
Blincoe continues to write books as up-to-the-minute as tomorrow's newspapers ... an accomplished achievement.
Thomas Hodgkinson, Literary Review
A dark tour de force which marks out Nicholas Blincoe as one of the most exciting talents writing in Britain today.
Wayne Clews, Attitude
A beautifully tailored, cool combination of needs, wants, suspicion and double crossing. If you believe in love, death and fashion, read it.
Northern Woman magazine
Blincoe is an excellent writer
Chris Power, The Times
Meticulous, exact and beautifully written.
Literary Review
If Jim Thompson had ever written a Bret Easton Ellis novel, White Mice would have been it.
Book Review
A Trojan horse of a novel ... [a] tightly written, clever little book.
Toby Clements, Daily Telegraph
Hip, fast-paced ... [a] sparkling read.
Sunday Business Post