Reviews

  • A wonderfully creepy voice, macabre and blackly comic with a deeply unsettling and original hero.

    Rosamund Lupton, author of 'Sister'
  • There is a delicious feeling of complicity in his misdemeanours: Heming gets in side your head as easily as he gets into his neighbours' houses... a superbly plotted and genuinely creepy novel. it deserves to be a bestseller.

    Sunday Express
  • A brilliant read, almost unbearably tense at times.

    Daily Mail
  • I loved it - gripping, sinister, original and brilliant!

    Sophie Hannah, author of 'Did You See Melody?'
  • Very clever. A creepily alluring voice.

    Julia Crouch
  • A wonderfully sinister fable of property and obsession.

    Observer
  • Brims with wry wit and taut tension [and] delivers one surprise after another.

    The New York Times
  • One to watch: an eerie page-turner.

    Cathy Rentzenbrink, The Bookseller
  • The first-person portrayal of a truly cold-blooded protagonist is a hard thing to pull off, especially one whose outward appearance is so benign but Phil Hogan has created an antihero horrifically ruthless and disquieting.

    Guardian
  • You'll definitely want to change your locks after reading this original and darkly funny novel that will send shivers down your spine.

    Stylist

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