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Posted by sallyhinchcliffe on June 19, 2008

Black Static magazine – a new one to me, but they clearly have good taste in books – has a nice, thoughtful review of Out of A Clear Sky in its latest issue, calling it a ‘compelling story’ that ‘delivers a gratifyingly ambiguous resolution’. There’s no online version, so you’ll just have to go and get yourself a copy, or else take my word for it.

And I’ve finally got my hands on the May edition of the Literary Review,  which gives it a Highly Recommended:

Anyone who has seen the competitive passion of twitchers in full cry will find this sophisticated first novel both entertaining and credible

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Big in Peterborough

Posted by sallyhinchcliffe on June 8, 2008

Nice review this weekend in the Peterborough Evening Telegraph. I can’t seem to find an electronic version, so if you don’t live in Peterborough you’ll just have to believe me that it calls it ‘a gripping and disturbing psychological thriller about obsession and truth‘, ‘cleverly written‘ and ‘an enthralling read’.

And if you do live in Peterborough, there’s a competition to win a copy of the book, closing on the 12th of June, so hurry to find a copy of this weekend’s paper and get your entry in.

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