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Reviews

  • Absorbing, beautifully written . . . Everything I enjoy in a gothic mystery

    Rosie Andrews, author of THE LEVIATHAN
  • Dark, clever and utterly enthralling, this is historical fiction - and storytelling - at its absolute best

    Elizabeth Macneal, author of The Doll Factory
  • A gothic mystery of the highest order. Chilling, sad, beautiful, and so elegantly conjured, it's a story that summons du Maurier but retains ghosts all its own

    Emma Stonex
  • An intriguing, elegantly constructed gothic mystery

    The Sunday Times
  • The Key in the Lock is the perfect gothic novel. It has secrets, guilt, brilliant characters, and a grand old house built on a terrible past. An absolute corker

    Stuart Turton, author of THE SEVEN DEATHS OF EVELYN HARDCASTLE
  • Beth Underdown has created a brilliantly plotted mystery, a compelling gothic tale that kept me guessing to the end

    Louise Hare, author of THIS LOVELY CITY
  • An ingenious page-turner

    The Times
  • This is a novel of true elegance, deftly and satisfyingly plotted. I expect impeccable prose from Beth Underdown but The Key In The Lock is also wise, thoughtful, and profoundly moving

    Imogen Hermes Gowar, author of THE MERMAID AND MR HANCOCK
  • The Key in the Lock will enthral fans of The Witchfinder's Sister. A brooding Cornish tale of a grieving mother obsessively unpicking the lies around the death of the child of the man she secretly loves, it'll also recruit fans of Du Maurier & Waters.

    Patrick Gale, author of NOTES FROM AN EXHIBITION
  • Packed full of secrets, eerily atmospheric, this is a darkly gothic tale

    Daily Mail

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