The Woman Who Ran: Reviews just in

The Woman Who Ran

Reviews are pouring in for The Woman Who Ran, including…

‘A fast-paced thriller… I tore through this’ – THE SUNDAY TIMES

‘Disquieting, thought-provoking…keeps twisting and turning as it hurtles towards a hair-raising climax’ – GUARDIAN

‘Brilliant and brutal take on Anne Bronte’s final novel’ – INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY

‘Hugely anticipated thriller’ – THE OBSERVER

‘Dark and compelling’ – FABULOUS MAG, THE SUN ON SUNDAY

‘Baker evokes the minatory setting with real panache and excels above all at orchestrating the steadily rising tension’ – FINANCIAL TIMES

‘Pacy, compelling, haunting… A gripping reimagining [of the Bronte classic]’ – THE YORKSHIRE POST

‘Clever and absorbing’ – STYLIST

‘Fantastically compelling… I was late for work because I couldn’t leave it be’ – GLAMOUR

‘The tone is dark, the air of menace is constant … Sam Baker has created a haunting, tense thriller’ – THE DEBRIEF

‘A twisty thriller to look out for’ – HEAT

‘A fast-paced mystery that kept me engaged’ – GOOD HOUSEKEEPING, READER RECOMMENDS

‘Vivid, atmospheric…I loved curling up with it’ – RENEE KNIGHT, AUTHOR OF DISCLAIMER

‘I really, really loved it…utterly gripping’ – KATE MOSSE

‘Taut… wildly gripping and unputdownable. This is a brilliant book. Just brilliant. An utter page-turner but well-written enough to win a prize’ – MARIAN KEYES

‘Clever and gripping with an ending so tense I was holding my breath’ CLAIRE DOUGLAS, AUTHOR OF THE SISTERS

‘A completely new voice. An honest, compelling description of domestic violence and why women stay’ – JOJO MOYES, BESTELLING AUTHOR OF ME BEFORE YOU

‘I read it in two big gulps …a thriller about a woman on the run from her past, but it’s SO much more than that. Big themes and original characters…the setting’s wonderful – the house, the surrounding landscape and the small-minded villagers – could see it all. It’s made for the big screen.’ – FANNY BLAKE, BOOKS EDITOR, WOMAN AND HOME

‘Gripping and thoughtful’ – CATHY RENTZENBRINK, THE BOOKSELLER

‘Compulsive, dramatic and hypnotic…very frightening, very well told. Highly recommended’ – SARAH BROADHURST, LOVEREADING.CO.UK

‘This is a clever modernisation of Anne Bronte’s classic The Tenant of Wildfell Hall… Sam Baker manages to masterfully unravel a story of trauma and devastation to expose the need to confront painful truths.” – PRESS ASSOCIATION

‘Baker whips the pace along at a gallop’ – KATE SAUNDERS, SAGA MAGAZINE

Page-turner of the month, COSMOPOLITAN March 2016

A MARIE CLAIRE Hot Read February 2016

Must-read books for 2016, PRIMA