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  • Ireland's growing cadre of first rate thriller writers is already a thing to marvel at, and Jane Casey is emerging as one of its most accomplished members.

    Irish Central
  • The Last Girl has a searing opening . . . Casey handles several plot lines with ease, and she’s come up with an attractive series character in DC Maeve

    Sunday Times
  • This is a lively, gritty thriller. Every scene is well timed. The characters are quickly, expertly drawn. You will turn the pages fast, looking for every clue. I hadn’t read Jane Casey before but I will read her again.

    William Leith, Evening Standard
  • A truly modern detective tale

    Stylist Magazine
  • Reminiscent of Lynda La Plante's Jane Tennison . . . there is something quietly and enjoyably subversive about the character of Maeve Kerrigan. She is no superwoman, she lacks supernatural acuity, and she doesn't even have so much as a single dragon tattoo. What she has is persistence, integrity and emotional intelligence, and a very deft way of insinuating herself into a reader's affections. The Last Girl won't be the last you'll be hearing of her.

    Irish Independent

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