Horribly compelling * Evening Standard * A fast-paced page-turner * The Lady * One of the best thril
'Both a classic whodunnit and a very contemporary psychological thriller that left me guessing right to the end - a wonderful read' Kate Mosse 'Great fun. Lucy Foley is really very clever' Anthony Horowitz 'A very modern Agatha Christie for the new roaring 20s . . . secrets and lies at every turn' Sarah Pinborough 'Evoking the great Agatha Christie classics "And Then There Were None" and "Murder on the Orient Express," . . . Foley builds her suspense slowly and creepily' New York Times 'Terrific' Stylist 'Whip smart page-turner with skilful characterisation . . . a compelling read' Jane Shemilt 'Foley's second take on the "closed room" murder mystery confirms her status as this generation's Agatha Christie' Sunday Express 'Sharp and atmospheric and addictive - I tore through it!' Louise Candlish 'Thoroughly addictive' Sarah Hughes, I paper 'I didn't think Lucy Foley could top The Hunting Party, but she did! I loved this book. It gave me the same waves of happiness l get from curling up with a classic Christie' Alex Michaelides 'Nail-biting . . . A fabulous closed room thriller. Lucy Foley is the Agatha Christie for our times' Kate Hamer 'It grabs you from the off and keeps you guessing until the very end. A genuine treat of a read' Heat 'This is a stunningly brilliant book: writing to die for, compelling characters, and a plot driven by a deep-seated sense of unease. I savoured every secret, every twist and turn' Dinah Jefferies I loved The Guest List and gobbled it up in a few sittings . . . A cracking story brilliantly told' Ryan Tubridy 'Compelling, entertaining and highly enjoyable, Lucy knocks this one out of the park' Liz Nugent.