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Reviews

  • Fizzes with tension fused with underlying creepiness...you'll be hooked

    Peterborough Telegraph
  • Unsettling [and] largely successful in stirring the supernatural into the brew as beleaguered detective Henry Hobbes investigates a series of bloody slayings.

    Financial Times
  • 'an excellent book - an original plot, a character it's a pleasure to spend time with, and the deployment of the author's clever, ranging talent ... a novel drenched in that most elusive and valuable of literary elements - atmosphere'

    The Spectator
  • Brilliant - a tour de force. Noon has taken the humble police procedural, blended in a genuinely frightening psychological element, added a layer of human corruption and ... a piquant dash of insanity

    Fully Booked
  • 'A genuinely creepy exercise in neo-gothic that flirts with the supernatural and horror genres'

    The Times

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