Reviews

  • "Admirers of Shena Mackay will find the same mixture of dreamy charm and sharp-eyed humour ... Wonderfullly captures that era's bohemian mood ... Funny, touching and beautifully written"

    Christina Koning, The Times
  • "If you like the sixties and mysteries, you'll enjoy this"

    Marie-Claire
  • "'Touching and funny'"

    B
  • "This is a thoughtful, humorous and often moving story about adoption and identity"

    Kate Saunders, The Times
  • "The novel contains some fine playful moments, but it's when observing the real discomfort of not being loved, and not being known, that Yardley's writing shines."

    The Glasgow Herald