Reviews

  • Sterling work . . . an astutely written, complex debut . . . even seasoned genre aficionados will be surprised . . . an assured outing

    Guardian
  • Cunning . . . will have your brain working in overdrive as you try to second guess Natasha Bell's ingenious plot and as you reflect on her thought-provoking observations on art, love and family life

    S Magazine, Sunday Express
  • 2018's most gripping psychological thriller

    Stylist
  • Gripping, intriguing and incredibly satisfying, this book confounds your expectations and keeps you guessing to the end

    WI Life
  • An intelligent, taut thriller which was beautifully written and compelling. I loved how the author played with the whole theme of life imitating art. Full of twists and turns I couldn't put it down. I thought the ending was perfect!

    Claire Douglas, Sunday Times bestselling author of Last Seen Alive
  • I adored Exhibit Alexandra. I thought it was a smart, original page turner which really brought something different to the thriller genre. It kept me up half the night!

    Gillian McAllister, Sunday Times bestselling author of Everything But The Truth
  • Beautifully insidious, a novel that outwits expectation at every turn

    Francis Spufford, Costa Prize winning author of Golden Hill
  • A smart, confident thriller, Exhibit Alexandra asks searching questions about motherhood and identity, and keeps you guessing to the very last page. Natasha Bell writes thought-provokingly about home, love, belonging - and what else a woman might want from life

    Beth Underdown, author of The Witchfinder’s Sister
  • This smart, mirror maze of a thriller bristles with sharp edges, twisting familiar Gone Girl themes into Bell's own intense creation

    Kirkus
  • I had such a range of emotions from curiosity mingled with dread and horror as I realised what was happening. An incredibly accomplished debut.

    Jenny Blackhurst, bestselling author of How I Lost You

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