Reviews

  • Dark, atmospheric and crackling with period intrigue. The perfect summer read

    Rachel Rhys, author of Richard & Judy Book Club pick Dangerous Crossing
  • As buried secrets and lies unravel, tension begins to mount in this atmospheric and compelling story

    Female First
  • Heady with atmosphere, simmering with tension, this novel had me captivated. When I wasn't reading, I was thinking about it, when I was reading, I couldn't think about anything else!

    Jenny Ashcroft
  • With excellent characters, the novel revels in the magical backdrop of Cornwall, with shades of du Maurier

    Daily Mail
  • Richly textured, with a clever and deeply satisfying conclusion, the influence of Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca infuses the The Stranger . . .

    Sunday Express
  • Simmers with a forbidding unease that makes it impossible to put down. Creepy and evocative, the mystery builds to a shocking end. Impressive

    Heat
  • Everyone loves unravelling a good mystery and armchair sleuths won't be disappointed with The Stranger

    Yours Magazine
  • An evocative whodunnit . . . an absorbing, heart-wrenching romance. This stunning tale about a house of secrets where everyone is guilty of something is both immersive and deeply atmospheric

    Fabulous Magazine
  • With its vivid Cornwall setting and a house full of shadows, The Stranger has echoes of Daphne Du Maurier but its riveting in its own right

    Red Magazine
  • A beautifully written tale of family secrets, loves and losses, set against the magical Cornish coastline. I loved it

    Amanda Jennings