'An emotionally intelligent thriller - a little gem of a book.' --International bestselling author Caro Ramsay
'Menace crackles through the prose in Linda Huber's disturbing thriller The Paradise Trees.' --We Love This Book
'I was gripped by the incredible writing style; the ability to keep the reader guessing and the love that the family share... Huber deals with abuse in a realistic way. The victims feel the effects in everything they do and Huber does not shy away from this. Huber also confronts issues of dementia and nursing homes for the elderly. I am glad I read this book... This book would no doubt provoke great debate within a reading group.' --Newbooks Magazine
About the Author
Linda Huber was raised in Glasgow and trained in physiotherapy. Her writing is heavily influenced by her experience learning about methods of behaviour and how different people react and deal with stressful situations. Linda now lives in Arbon, Switzerland where she works as a language teacher based at a school in a castle dating from the 12th century. She has had over 50 short stories and articles published. The Paradise Trees is Linda's debut novel.