She had the perfect life ... until a perfect stranger broke in.
Louise Millar grew up in Scotland. She began her journalism career in music and film magazines, and was a senior commissioning editor at Marie Claire. She has written for the Guardian, Psychologies, Stella, the Independent, the Observer, The Times and Stylist. She is co-founder of the crime-writing collective killerwomen.org.
An engrossing, exhilarating ride. Pacy, action-packed, brilliantly
written and with THE HOTTEST leading male character *fans self* *
Tamar Cohen author of The Broken *
I really loved it. It does a really exciting thing, which is to take us from domestic noir to international thriller...fast paced, full of heart and with a central character who is discovering herself as she uncovers a labyrinthine international mystery * Julia Crouch *
Exciting and impossible to put down - this beautifully-written thriller is packed full of danger, surprises and a heroine to root for * Mark Edwards *
A twisty heart-stopper of a thriller * Best books to read in October, Red magazine *
Poignant, spine-shivering * Best Thrillers of 2015 - Marie Claire *
Compelling...original and satisfying * Daily Mail *
A page-turning thriller * Sunday Times *
An easy, enjoyable read * The Literary Review *
Like Millar's previous work, this will appeal as a gripping thriller, with the Edinburgh setting an added bonus for Scottish readers * The Scotsman *
Millar increases suspense to a roaring conclusion . . . With its well-drawn characters and brisk prose, this is an eminently satisfying thriller * Booklist *
An exciting adventure story with a strong emotional core * Morning Star *
A superbly crafted thriller . . . Louise Millar is a first-rate author * Eurocrime *