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Reviews

  • Skilful, satisfying. McAllister handles her Liverpool-set twist on Russian Doll and Groundhog Day with great skill. Tightly plotted . . . Don't miss it

    Observer, 'THRILLER OF THE MONTH'
  • It's perfection, every word, every moment. A masterpiece . . . I had my mind blown apart. After I finished it I sat with my mouth hanging open in awe. One of the best books I've ever read

    Lisa Jewell
  • A mind-bending page-turning thriller. Non-stop thrills right from the start. A rare gem

    Steve Wright, Radio 2
  • Another ingeniously plotted genre-bender . . . McAllister succeeds in making us care, and the result is a tour de force

    Guardian
  • A spellbinding "whydunnit" . . . A novel with a difference. Richly layered, it makes other psychological thrillers seem thin and unimaginative

    Sunday Times
  • Extraordinary

    Harriet Tyce
  • Wrong Place Wrong Time is a masterfully plotted and ingenious psychological thriller told in reverse. Gripping and full of surprises, it's one of the best books I've read this year

    Sunday Express
  • It's absolutely AMAZING. The plot is astonishing - original and ingenious

    Marian Keyes
  • The best book I have read in a very long time. Genius. Simply genius. This is McAllister as the very top of her consistently excellent game. Brilliantly plotted, perfectly paced, characters I was invested in. This is a masterclass of exactly what a novel should be. Taught, tense, not a wasted word. This brilliantly plotted novel had me on the edge of my seat. You have to read this book

    Adele Parks
  • Brilliantly crafted and highly original. So good I read it twice - there is so much in this book

    BBC Radio 2 Book Club

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