A blistering debut thriller that introduces the coolest heroine in contemporary suspense fiction.
Helen Giltrow was born and brought up in Cheltenham and read Modern History at Christ Church, Oxford. She has worked extensively in publishing, including ten years as a commissioning editor for Oxford University Press. Helen's writing has been shortlisted for the CRIME WRITERS' ASSOCIATION DEBUT DAGGER AWARD and the TELEGRAPH 'NOVEL IN A YEAR' COMPETITION. She lives in Oxford.
Fast, hard and very, very goodA truly unusual thriller set in the world of espionage, this is a terrific debut... Original and thought-provoking - SUNDAY MIRRORAn effective writer of colourful prose and generates plenty of narrative tension. - BOOK OXYGENIt's a dark, pacy, compelling and utterly uncompromising tale about people trying to outrun their respective demons. - SHOTSA gripping story skillfully told... Helen Giltrow writes so well that every word carries weight - LITERARY REVIEW