'...enthralling read with some fantastic descriptions and observations that immediately transport you to the heart of the scene.'
-- Peterborough Evening Telegraph
'A compelling story and one that offers a new slant on familiar territory and delivers a gratifyingly ambiguous resolution.'
-- Black Static
'Hinchcliffe's debut novel is a dark psychological crime thriller.' -- The Big Issue
'Sally Hinchcliffe has such a sense of the macabre, not to mention a formidable knowledge of birds' -- Mail on Sunday
'This is a well written book by a novelist of genuine promise.' -- Do You Write Under Your Own Name
'This is an intelligent novel about a woman in a man's world.' -- The Sunday Times
Highly recommended. -- Literary Review
A chilling debut novel of obsession, loss and birds, reminiscent of Nicci French and Barbara Vine
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