Twisty, pacy and an engaging. Loved it
Deliciously tense and darkly addictive. I couldn't put it down until I had devoured it completely!
A cracking debut. I can't wait to see more of Ray Drake.
If you like having goose-bumps whilst reading, or that feeling of looking over your shoulder, this book is definitely for you!
Hill's stories have a strong ring of contemporary truth and this downbeat but assured novel should establish him as a major voice in English crime writing
Deliciously dark characters, a poisonous middle-class family and a detective inspector with more to hide than most! Another thoroughly enjoyable read from Mark Hill
Left me wanting more (in a good way). Bring on the next book in the DI Ray Drake series!
I raced through the pages as if my life depended on it and could not put this book down. An utterly fabulous addition to the series
With compelling yet flawed characters and plenty of surprise twists, Hill's second DI Drake Mystery is a worthy follow-up to His First Lie
Proof his debut, His First Lie, was no fluke, Hill's the real deal, delivering a thriller with shocking scenes, punchy action, twists and a flawed copper in DI Ray Drake... A crime fan's must-read!
I had to keep turning the pages to find out what happens next
He's a real talent.
Hill has a hell of a career ahead of him.
What a superb writer!
It Was Her is supremely well-crafted, from that irresistible premise, right through to the heart-thumping finale. Absolutely first-class writing
Mark Hill writes at a great pace and keeps you fully submerged in the plot with his writing style
He's only two books into his crime writing career but he's already up there with the big players (blog)
I found myself racing through the pages as I desperately wanted to discover what was going to happen next
A fantastic debut: dark, addictive and original. I couldn't put it down.
With It Was Her Mark Hill just gets better and better. Beautifully written and utterly gripping.
Dark, tense, twisted and totally satisfying. Nice one Mr Hill. More please
Mark Hill has joined the upper echelons of London crime writers