'I could hardly read fast enough!' Ourbookreviewsonline.blogspot.co.uk.
'In Oonagh O'Neil, the author has created a fascinating, flesh and blood character. Someone who pops from the page and someone, dare I say it, who would be great fun to go for a drink with' Crimesquad.com.
'Theresa Talbot does not shirk away from confronting the unsettling subject matter and [this] is a compelling story as a result' www.grabthisbook.net.
'A good mystery with many unexpected twists ... It keeps you turning pages the whole time' Cynthia Moskal, NetGalley.
'Too often I've read "thrillers" that didn't really thrill. This book has it all, plenty of story line and plenty of detail' Margaret Leonard, NetGalley.
'A must-read for anyone who loves detective crime thrillers based loosely on true events' Linda Tilling, NetGalley.
'I really loved this book! Excellent story with brilliant main characters' Stephanie Collins, NetGalley.
'A clever and well-written novel based on harrowing true experiences' Donna Bradley, NetGalley.
'A very good read and I would certainly recommend it' Mary Picken, NetGalley.
'The premise is truly horrific [...] but the plot is sensitively handled and hopeful. I will read more by this author' Emma Ounsworth, NetGalley.
'A fascinating and heartbreaking read, in equal measure. I look forward to reading what comes next from this fantastic author' Amanda Oughton, NetGalley.
'Talbot has a very unique voice and seamlessly weaves her tale into the present in a way that was both intriguing and chilling' Heidi F, NetGalley.
'The story unfolds like a jigsaw and the twists and turns kept me guessing until the end' Martha Brindley, NetGalley.
'Realistic characters, a well-researched plot tempered with mystery and surprises make this a riveting, crime-based thriller' Jane Hunt, NetGalley.
'A pacy, intelligent and fast-paced crime novel fans of Rachel Abbott and Katerina Diamond are going to love' Julie Bonello, NetGalley.
'It was gripping, thrilling, exciting, lots of secrets and lies to uncover' Dash Fan, NetGalley.
'Full of interesting diverse characters, I found this book impossible to put down' Maggie Macdonald, NetGalley.
'A good read which I have no hesitation in recommending' Elaine Tomasso.
'A superior crime novel that I tore through as I couldn't wait to find out who did what and why! Theresa Talbot has produced a great character in Oonagh O'Neil, a gutsy and determined journalist with heart' Paula Sealey, NetGalley.
'The book moves from the present to the past and back again. It's written in such a way that it is easily followed and not confusing ... This is the beginning of a new series and I look forward to seeing Oonagh's adventures in the future' Linda Strong, NetGalley.