"A strong, atmospheric debut
" (The List
"Historical crime fiction is enjoying something of a golden moment and with her often ingenious and unusual debut, Jenny Mayhew adds significantly to the genre." (The Scotsman
... A lusty tale of pre-war eugenics that cleverly pre-figures the historical horrors to come." (Independent
"Mayhew can definitely write… with a richness and intelligence, and never a sense of showing-off... [A Wolf in Hindelheim
has] a wide-reaching subject matter pinned down to a strong plot; and in every short chapter a sign that this is an author to watch." (The Bookbag
An atmospheric and gripping novel from an exciting new voice.