Reviews

  • <b>5 * * * * * Truly shocking</b>

    Fab New 5 Star Fiction, Heat
  • <b>A gripping novel . . . will have you up all night guessing what happens next</b>

    My Weekly
  • <b>A gripping new novel</b>

    Yours
  • <i><b>Fab in Fiction feature</b></i>

    Woman's Way
  • <b>Pearse has written another pacy novel, steeped in 1960s authenticity and driven by lovable - and love to hate - characters. But at the heart of the book lies a powerful message which stays with you long after you've finished reading</b>

    Sunday Express
  • <b>Lesley Pearse brilliantly captures the era . . . Emotional and moving, <i>The House Across The Street</i> is storytelling at its best, filled with characters you will care passionately about</b>

    Daily Express
  • <b>5 * * * * * A gripping read set in the 1960s. The story becomes a full-blown mystery that will leave Katy's life in danger, and the search for answers drives this engaging combination of thriller and drama</b>

    The People's Friend
  • <b>Lesley Pearse is on top form with her latest novel <i>The House Across The Street</i></b>

    Choice
  • <b>A deeply evocative read</b>

    Woman Magazine
  • <b>A heartbreaking and intensely human story that twists, turns and grips from first page to last . . .</b>

    Lancashire Post
  • <b>An evocative and nostalgic novel from one of the UK's most prolific, best-selling authors</b>

    CultureFly
  • <b><i><u>Praise for Lesley Pearse </u></i></b>

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  • Deservedly one of the world's favourite story tellers . . . You simply have to keep turning the pages to find out what happens next

    MyWeekly
  • Heart-warming and evocative, a real delight to read

    Sun
  • Glorious, heartwarming

    Woman & Home
  • Gripping

    Hello
  • A narrative that gallops along, this is quintessential Pearse that will delight her army of readers

    Daily Mail
  • <p>Evocative, compelling, told from the heart</p>

    Sunday Express
  • <b><u>Praise for Lesley Pearse:</u></b>

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  • Evocative, compelling, told from the heart

    Sunday Express
  • Deservedly one of the world's favourite story tellers . . . You simply have to keep turning the pages to find out what happens next.

    MyWeekly
  • Gripping.

    Hello
  • Evocative, multi-faceted and sometimes disturbing, a story that grips from first page to last.

    Lancashire Post