Extremely well-reviewed title:
Thrillers can so often lean on a fuzzy sense of “insanity” to justify a character’s behaviour, but the handling tends to be superficial; here it proves devastating. This is already one of my favourite books of the year. IRISH TIMES
The author’s cunning deployment of information keeps the reader guessing.
This compelling character study begins like a thriller-the mystery of what happened to her friend Agnes draws considerable suspense… it becomes a nuanced exploration of mental illness.