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  • Fremantle builds the tension with delicious skill in this page-turning thriller. She is excellent on the precariousness of life for history's powerless women

    Times
  • A powerful reimagining of the most dramatic murder of Stuart England. Wonderfully inventive and darkly satisfying, this story of three sisters resonates with myth

    Andrew Taylor, bestselling author of The Ashes of London
  • A lush, thrilling page-turner humming with its own exquisite dark beauty. I loved it!

    Eve Chase, author of The Glass House
  • Gripping and page-turning. Propels a trio of vivid women towards their complex destinies, while making their world as fresh and immediate as our own. Hugely enjoyable

    author of Tell Me How It Ends
  • A pacey plot, tension, and occasional flirts with the supernatural make this historical fiction engaging . . . It leaves you wanting more of Melis, who has eerie and often accurate visions of the future

    Sunday Post
  • We follow three sisters in a maze of twists and turns in 1628 England. Grabs your attention

    i
  • Pacey, immersive, and beautifully written. Takes women at the margins of history and makes us care about their stories

    bestselling author of Anatomy of a Scandal
  • One of Britain's foremost writers of historical fiction . . . a masterful Hitchcockian thriller

    Aspects of History

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