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The Undiscovered Deaths of Grace McGill

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‘A dark, disturbing and highly original thriller. You’ll love Grace McGill’ MARK BILLINGHAM

‘Dark, twisted and compelling, you won’t want Grace to clean your house . . .’ C.L. TAYLOR

Some people die alone, and someone has to clean what’s left behind – houses, bodies, memories, and old, dark secrets.

Grace McGill is an insular, friendless woman, living in Glasgow in her 30s. She has her beloved cat, and she has her own business – deep cleaning the houses of Undiscovereds. People who die alone and stay that way until they are found weeks, sometimes months, later.

While working in the home of a man named Tommy Agnew, her suspicions are aroused by a hidden photograph and a stack of newspapers, all from the same date over many, many years.

Grace can’t get the mysterious life and sad death of Tommy Agnew out of her head, and she soon begins an investigation that could cost her her life. The past has stayed buried for many years already, but Grace has never been one to brush things under the carpet . . .


(P) 2022 Hodder & Stoughton Limited


A dark, disturbing and highly original thriller. You'll love Grace McGill
Mark Billingham
Dark, twisted and compelling, you won't want Grace to clean your house . . .
C.L. Taylor
A brilliantly original thriller, dark and brooding, with a real emotional punch
Doug Johnstone
Clever, dark, unusual and full of genuine surprises
Louise Beech
One of the highlights of my reading year. A deliciously dark masterpiece
Helen Fitzgerald
Twisted, twisting, original and sinister. The Undiscovered Deaths of Grace McGill is unforgettable
Chris Whitaker, author of We Begin at the End
So original
Crime Monthly
This is an ingenious, disturbing and chilling thriller in which Grace is an unforgettable character, and not what she seems. Superb storytelling, with an elegant twist
Daily Mail
[A] Gut-wrenching thriller. There are jaw-dropping revelations and startling assertions in C.S. Robertson's gruesome tale
The Times
Dark and quirky - there's just something readers are going to love about meeting Grace McGill
Scottish Sun
A brilliant read
Daily Record
A truly startling novel
The Sunday Times
A sharp and vigorous novel with a massively original theme
On Magazine
Dark and quirky - there's just something readers are going to love about meeting Grace McGill
The Sun, 2022 Must Reads
This enthralling story defies genre description
NFOP Magazine
It's not just a clever read - you'll sail through a range of emotions and there's no way you'll forget Grace. I'm struggling to remember reading a book like it before, and what a way to start 2022 reading
Belfast Telegraph
Beautifully written with a shocking twist, this remarkable thriller has a unique narrator in Grace McGill, and her voice stays with you long after you read the final page
Sunday Express
It's a dark page ripper
Peterborough Telegraph