Reviews

  • Such an intriguing, compelling novel. Impossible to put down and irresistibly good

    Liane Moriarty
  • Sucked me in from the first page. The characters were intriguing, the plot thrilling and the writing effortless. It has been a long time since a book engaged me like this. I will be telling everyone I know to read this book

    Sally Hepworth
  • What starts as an intricate, multi-narrator domestic drama slowly reveals its secrets to become something much darker indeed

    Heat, The Twisty One
  • An utterly compelling psychological suspense novel about ambition, revenge and family. The characters are complex and real, and I became so immersed in their worlds that I read the last two hundred pages in one sitting. With echoes of both Liane Moriarty and Charity Norman, I was fascinated by B.M. Carroll's dissection of two families pushed to breaking point. A completely gripping and emotional page-turner

    Lucy Clarke
  • Very well written and suspenseful with characters to believe in; it was deeply psychological and I thoroughly enjoyed it

    Lisa Ballantyne
  • Praise for B M Carroll

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  • A cast of warm, engaging characters in a sparkling story that crosses the globe between Ireland and Australia. I enjoyed every page of this touching, authentic novel

    Liane Moriarty, on Worlds Apart
  • A clever eye for characterisation and story

    Cathy Kelly, on Once Lost
  • With all the humour and empathy of Binchy, Carroll captures the conflicts and compromises women make

    Daily Telegraph, on Once Lost