Reviews

  • The Rendell/Vine partnership has for years been producing consistently better work than most Booker winners put together

    Ian Rankin
  • Barbara Vine is Ruth Rendell letting rip

    Daily Telegraph
  • A superb and original writer

    Amanda Craig, Express
  • Slick

    Financial Times
  • Again a great read from a master of the story-telling process

    Irish Times
  • Packed with menace and the threat of exposure. One of Rendell's most complex plots.

    The Independent
  • Her Barbara Vine novels allow [Ruth Rendell] to retain her title as Britain's pre-eminent psychological thriller. A suspenseful and chilling tale

    The Observer
  • Characters are intensely imagined and far from the usual uncomplicated stereotypes of victims and perpetrators. An experience that is both fearful and satisfying

    The Sunday Times
  • A strong creation

    Telegraph.co.uk
  • Riveting and only too plausible account of the downfall of a politician. Brilliant narrative voice. An unsurpassed portrait of a character suffering from low self-esteem, mild paranoia and gradual mental deterioration.

    The Daily Mail

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