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  • If you liked The Girl on the Train then I think you'll like this just as much, if not more

    Scott Pack
  • What She Left is an extraordinary and bold creation

    Laura Wilson, Guardian
  • Every month brings another book billed the new Gone Girl, but we think we've found a winner

    Marie Claire
  • A deliciously modern take on the psychological thriller ... a shifting, mesmerising, mysterious story ... very well-written and intelligently realised, occupying a territory half way between literary novel and thriller ... a memorable debut

    Daily Telegraph
  • An absorbing, intricate and extremely original novel. It is also immensely clever and intriguing. It kept making me recall how I'd felt watching Twin Peaks. The kind of immediate shock and grief I felt for Laura Palmer was what I felt for Alice. The process of piecing together the heroine's life is so absorbing. I mourned her more and more powerfully as the story went on. What She Left is beautifully written and very emotionally involving. I hope that it garners all of the commercial and critical success it deserves

    Claire Kendal, author of The Book of You
  • There are a million psychological thrillers out there right now, but this one stands out . . . Richmond keeps you guessing until the final pages in this compelling debut

  • Strikingly modern

    Sunday Times
  • A tight, clever, compelling story ... the reader must act as detective, rebuilding Alice Salmon from the digital footprint she leaves behind

    Paula Daly, author of Just What Kind of Mother Are You
  • A clever, imaginative and entertaining attempt to immerse the whodunit in the world of social media

    Marcel Berlins, The Times
  • An ingeniously original premise ... addictive

    Sunday Express

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