Praise for Sophie Hannah
Hannah takes domestic scenarios, adds disquieting touches and turns up the suspense until you're checking under the bed for murders
It's a given that nothing will be as it seems in the latest psychological thriller from Sophie Hannah, who marries complex plots with crisp, conversational prose
As Hannah sees it things are rarely clear cut and it is this moral ambivalence that makes her fiction so provocative
Full of twists and turns, and terrifying, too.
An assured psychological thriller of murderous domestic deceit.
A beautifully written and entirely gripping take from beginning to end.
As addictively creepy as her previous thrillers
Sophie Hannah scores on all counts . . . Confidence oozes from every taut chapter . . . Hannah's relish of every delicious twist and tweak is one of the very few things that are clear in this cryptic game of hide and seek.
Jaw-droppingly assured. Simon Waterhouse...is destined to be up there with the Poirots, the Marples and the Sherlock Holmeses of detective fiction if Hannah keeps up this standard of writing. This reader was left speechless with admiration.
Hannah's latest psychological thriller combines quirky police procedural with shrewdly observed domestic deceit. Told with confidence and panache, Hannah challenges the reader to work out who the paranoiac of the piece really is.
Sophie Hannah's excellent psychological thrillers derive much of their appeal from her knack for coming up with the sort of opening situation that instantly puts the reader in the literary equivalent of an armlock . . . Hannah is very good indeed at giving a modern twist to the familiar woman-in-peril theme.