'...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
About the Author
Sally Hinchcliffe is in her thirties, and having graduated from Oxford with a First in PPE, has spent the last ten years working at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew. Having completed the MA in Creative Writing at Birkbeck in 2004, she has also had various short stories published. Out of a Clear Sky
is her first novel.