[An] insightful psychological thriller about the joys and fears of impending motherhood.
Michael Robotham is a highly skilled thriller writer who has produced a genuine page-turner and ideal holiday read. It leaves you unsettled and enthralled in equal measure . . . the terrifying plot unfolds at a relentless pace
The claustrophobic atmosphere is subtly evoked and Michael Robotham proves himself an excellent ventriloquist.
Two terrific female characters, both with secrets. Add Michael Robotham's clean prose and whipcrack pacing. The result? A book you won't be able to put down, although you may occasionally want to hide your eyes
A well-timed and perfectly paced psychological thriller with a depth of emotion
The plot twists and turns quickly and gratifyingly - there's no time to draw breath as Agatha's machinations march on to a heart-stopping conclusion.
Multi-award-winning author Michael Robotham has done it again - another accomplished crime novel unlike anything he has ever written before . . . an elegantly constructed domestic noir about envy, marriage and what lies beneath
The plot unfolds with clever efficiency . . . This is a taut, scary and effective thriller
One of crime's greatest practitioners . . .a ripper, suspenseful read
A winner . . . simply impossible to put down