"As ever, Hilary has an uncanny knack for conjuring up a scene or a character in a few words – the face of the pugilistic wife beater “like the skin setting on custard”; the miserable high-rise block “smelling of chip fat and orange ammonia”. As ever, Rome manages to be both vulnerable and tough, charismatic and brimful of gut feeling. And as ever, Hilary belts out a corker of a story, all wrapped up in her vivid, effortless prose. Long may Marnie Rome walk the streets of our capital."
Alison Flood writing in the Guardian, March 2017, where Quieter Than Killing is Thriller of the Month