‘a cracker of a story, brilliantly told, unfolding at just the right pace, and with just the right amount of shocks and alarm calls along the way – a total pleasure to read’

‘superbly-crafted and compelling … it will keep you on the edge of your seat until the final page, and then leave you wanting more’

‘cracking crime novel fizzing with action and energy … this novel is dynamite’

‘a very human, and realistic story’

‘Brilliant police procedural. Excellent characterisations. Great sense of place. Strong gutsy female protagonists. Desperate criminals. What more could you want?’ Reading, Writing and Riesling

‘Staincliffe is among the most productive of crime writers, but that does not alter the fact that she is one of the most imaginative and consistent in the field. That’s very much the case with her latest Scott and Bailey novel, in which she develops Britain’s answer to female cop team Cagney and Lacey with impressive new levels of psychological depth’  The Good Book Guide

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