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  • Such warmth and wit.

    Sunday Telegraph
  • A crime novel . . . but not as you know it.

    Woman & Home
  • Beady-eyed yet tender, it resembles a collaboration between Agatha Christie and Muriel Spark.

    Sunday Times (Thriller of the Month)
  • Fresh, funny, flawless: EXIT is a joy from start to finish.

    Clare Mackintosh, author of LET ME LIE
  • Charming, intensely human . . . and very suspenseful. I loved it.

    Lee Child
  • EXIT is ingeniously plotted and every word is perfect. It’s a rare book that has you turning the pages impatiently, desperate to solve the mystery, all the while never wanting it to end because it’s such a joy to read. Felix Pink is the most loveable killer in recent fiction.

    Erin Kelly, author of HE SAID/SHE SAID
  • Twisty, brilliantly plotted and funny too. Felix Pink is a wonderful character and I just wanted to hug him. (He'd be horrified!)

    Jill Mansell, author of MAYBE THIS TIME
  • Cleverly plotted, touching and funny.

  • EXIT is the perfect antidote to the nervy gloom of this shut-down world. It's warm and funny and dark and sad all at the same time, beautifully plotted and paced, and peopled with fabulous, complex characters that have drawn me right into their lives. Felix is fast becoming one of my favourite fictional characters.

    Donal Ryan, author of FROM A LOW AND QUIET SEA
  • This darkly funny crime novel has possibly the most unique concept I've come across: 75-year-old Felix is part of a network called the Exiteers, who sit with people who have chosen to end their lives. Except on his most recent mission, something goes wrong and Felix finds himself on the run for murder. For fans of Kate Atkinson's Jackson Brodie books.

    Good Housekeeping

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