'A superlative portrait... Snowdrops displays a worldly confidence reminiscent of Robert Harris at his best'
'Reads like Graham Greene on steroids... Miller's complex, gripping debut novel is undoubtedly the real thing'
'Miller brilliantly showcases Moscow as his novel's strutting, charismatic star... disturbing and dazzling'
'Tight, compelling... A totally gripping first novel'
'A tremendously assured, cool, complex, slow-burn of a novel and a bleak and superbly atmospheric portrait of modern Russia'
'Superbly atmospheric... Elegantly written, and spot on its detail'
'A chilling first novel about the slide from relative innocence into amorality. I love the honesty of the writing, and the way the furious cold of a bitter Moscow winter gradually emerges as a character in its own right'
'Intoxicating... It will whirl you off your feet and set your moral compass spinning... A.D. Miller's sophisticated and many-layered debut novel skewers the relationship between victim and abuser, self-delusion and corruption, love and moral freefall' --Spectator