Reviews

  • A tense, passionate and deeply atmospheric novel about a community in wartime - and two defiant hearts. Orkney was so perfectly realised, too, that I almost felt windblown. I loved it all the more so for having read it during lockdown: Caroline's beautiful transported me entirely to another time and land

    Susan Fletcher
  • Atmospheric, heart-wrenching, evocative - this is a gorgeously written story about the scars we carry with us, and how they can be overcome

    Gytha Lodge
  • Uses the true story of the building of the chapel on Orkney by Italian prisoners during the Second World War to fashion a fast-moving and very touching story of sisterly devotion and passionate love

    Adèle Geras
  • A story of innocents caught up in the machinery of war. Exquisitely researched, beautifully told, this tiny corner of Scotland came alive

    Mary Beth Keane
  • A beautiful, heart-breaking tale of grief, love and the bond between sisters. I read it in a day, desperate to know what would happen

    Louise Hare
  • Draws you into a wild landscape through an exquisitely told love story

    Elodie Harper
  • Praise for THE GLASS WOMAN

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  • A fantastic, atmospheric debut

    The Times
  • An enthralling tale

    Stacey Halls, bestselling author of The Familiars
  • Intensely written and atmospheric, with an unusual setting, this is a stark evocation of a community where fear of the outsider is rife and unsettling

    Daily Mail

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