Reviews

  • A nail-bitingly tense tale, with writing as sharp and pointed as arrows, where nobody is who they say they are ... she is definitely a writer to watch

    Claire Coughlan, Sunday Independent
  • Siren by Annemarie Neary is a powerful study of guilt and redemption, and how the present can never outrun the past. A gripping thriller, told in deft and subtle prose, this is a masterful crime debut.

    Stuart Neville, author of The Twelve
  • I loved Siren. Annemarie Neary's beautiful and crisp writing cuts to the bone, a rarity in psychological thrillers.

    Claire Fuller, author of Our Endless Numbered Days
  • Siren is a brave and searing study of characters isolated and estranged from society for very different reasons. It is a beautifully written tale of how we can never escape our past no matter how much others might want us to do so. Gripping, riveting and full of suspense.

    Liz Nugent, author of Lying in Wait
  • I was incredibly impressed with this debut, with its pitch perfect mix of extreme human emotions, combined with the resonance of history. Neary has achieved something really quite special. Highly recommended.

    Raven Crime Reads

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