Rebecca Griffiths

Rebecca Griffiths

PRAISE FOR REBECCA GRIFFITHS: 'Twisty, atmospheric and elegantly written, it has echoes of Daphne du Maurier with its shivering paranoia, fear and dread.' The Daily Mail 'An increasingly tense narrative with stylish writing that keeps her a cut above most of her rivals' The Guardian ‘A chilling thriller . . . brilliantly written.’ The Sun 'Truly chilling.' Woman ‘There is something of the tenterhooks tension of a Daphne du Maurier to Rebecca Griffith’s dreamy and disturbing domestic thriller . . . Griffiths has a superb handle on her characters and their twisting motivations, spinning out a story of memory and long-term consequence that grips from cover to cover.’ Waterstones 'Tense, intriguing, with a satisfying twist.' The Western Mail 'Eerie and tense.' The Morning Star 'Gripping.' Hello 'Creepy.' Heat Rebecca Griffiths grew up in west-Wales and went on to gain a first class honours degree in English literature. After a successful business career in London, Dublin and Scotland, she returned to rural west-Wales where she now lives with her husband, a prolific artist, their four black cats and two pet sheep the size of sofas and writes full-time.
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