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In the Woods: A stunningly accomplished psychological mystery which will take you on a thrilling journey through a tangled web of evil and beyond - to the inexplicable Paperback – 29 October 2019

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  • ISBN-13 : 978-1529335514
  • Paperback : 608 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1529335515
  • Dimensions : 12.8 x 4.8 x 19.6 cm
  • Publisher : Hodder Paperbacks; 1st edition (29 October 2019)
  • Language: : English
  • Customer Reviews:
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Slick, sophisticated - and a fine one to devour as the nights draw in . . . if it stirs in you the urge to devour the French originals . . . I promise you will find something even more richly delicious there. -- Lucy Mangan ― Guardian

Unflinching intelligence and ingenious plotting ― The New York Times

Sharply written and insidiously creepy, this is a mesmerising read that grabs hold of the reader from the very first page and doesn't let go until well past two in the morning. ― The Times

This is a wonderfully assured and beautifully written debut novel, a multilayered psychological thriller that digs beneath the surface of ordinary lives and delivers excitement and insight in large helpings. ― Irish Independent

Lyrical and haunting ― Scotland on Sunday

A splendid, page-turning debut. ― She

A rich multi-layered thriller ― Choice

An intricate and edgy top-notch psychological thriller. ― Woman & Home

The most breathtakingly brilliant and close-to-perfect thriller I've read for a long time. I stayed up until three in the morning two nights running unable to put it down. -- Sophie Hannah

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The most intricately plotted, beautifully written and psychologically acute examples of the genre that you will find. French is a delicate builder of characters' interior worlds, a precise mapper of the endlessly fascinating convolutions of both ordinary and murderous minds . . . Slick, sophisticated - and a fine one to devour as the nights draw in . . . if it stirs in you the urge to devour the French originals, too, I promise you will find something even more richly delicious there. - Guardian

Sharply written and insidiously creepy, this is a mesmerising read that grabs hold of the reader from the very first page and doesn't let go until well past two in the morning. - The Times

Dublin Murders leaves an uneasy feeling behind . . . As screenwriter Sarah Phelps put it, Dublin Murders travels "into the darkness of how our imaginations are formed, and how we tell each other stories and why we tell each other stories." - Radio Times

An empathetic psychological thriller that hammers home the fact that time cannot heal all wounds - IndieWire

This is a wonderfully assured and beautifully written debut novel, a multilayered psychological thriller that digs beneath the surface of ordinary lives and delivers excitement and insight in large helpings. - Irish Independent

Lyrical and haunting - Scotland on Sunday

Unflinching intelligence and ingenious plotting - The New York Times

A splendid, page-turning debut. - She

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