33 Women is an atmospheric, captivating invitation into a dark world. I loved the persistent, suffocating beat of menace that simmered behind each sentence. Highly recommended!
Although I hate the word 'unputdownable', it's the only way to describe this tour de force from Isabel Ashdown. A long-dead sister, a secretive community of women, a family reunited by a death... the perfect ingredients for a tale that skilfully weaves past secrets and current crimes into a shocking denouement.
An unexpectedly timely novel about searching for your true self in an isolated world. With that rare thing, a twist I genuinely never saw coming.
Ashdown skilfully incorporates big moral questions into a thoroughly compelling thriller.
With atmosphere and surprises aplenty, this will keep you gripped.