Praise for Sophie Hannah
Do not think you have worked out where the plot is going and how it is going to end. Hannah is masterly at leading the reader down the wrong path and here she excels once again
It is brilliantly constructed, and it had me, screaming, on the edge of my chair
Another massively intriguing premise from Hannah, with plot threads that spin out in all kinds of unusual and surprising directions . . . A hugely confident, beautifully written and bold mystery
A leading writer of psychological suspense . . . her books are so distinctive that they deserve to be placed in a separate sub-genre of their own . . . As ever, Hannah excels
The twisting plot is not only enthralling but uniquely challenging
A beguiling and intricate standalone crime thriller
A fabulously creepy standalone
The genius of Hannah's domestic thrillers - along with the twistiest plots known to woman - is that she creates ordinary people whose psychological quirks make them as monstrous as any serial killer
Enthrallingly complex . . . A multi-stranded narrative that grips
Hannah takes domestic scenarios, adds disquieting touches and turns up the suspense until you're checking under the bed for murders . . . it's this real-life research that helps make it so convincing - and so unsettling
Sophie Hannah has a poet's eye, and she creates characters and settings of closely observed complexity in her psychological mysteries
[One] of the great unmissables of the genre - intelligent, classy and with a wonderfully gothic imagination
Praise for HAVEN'T THEY GROWN
From the impossible premise to its chilling conclusion, Haven't They Grown is a masterpiece in plotting. Hannah's writing is darkly funny and brilliantly observed - I adore her books.
SO clever, so gripping: Hannah asks her readers an impossible question and answers it with style. I tore through Haven't They Grown. Brilliant characters and a corker of an ending. Bravo!