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Suspenseful, tautly written and unnervingly psychologically astute
Alison Mercer
A hugely enjoyable novel - astutely observed, witty and original. Just my sort of book!
Sarah Rayner, bestselling author of ONE MOMENT, ONE MORNING
A beautifully written story of a normal, dysfunctional family, trying to cope with grief
Nina Pottell, notesfromthechair
A book to fall in love with... captivating, creepy and beguiling all at once
Colette McBeth, author of THE LIFE I LEFT BEHIND
It reminded me of Hausfrau in tone, somehow. Startling and sad
Sarah Franklin
Exquisitely written, with a beautiful balance between darkness and humour
Enchanting and creepy, Look At Me filled me with a delightful sense of unease
Sarah Chapman, Bibliomouse
This slender novel puts a fragile family under the spotlight with great effect
Cathy Rentzenbrink, Bookseller, Editor's Choice
A sharp-eyed novel about grief, family and understanding
Woman & Home
A creepy, claustrophobic family drama
With characters that are sharply observed with a beady eye for detail, this is a haunting study of family, grief, and loss
Daily Mail
This debut is about to go massive - and it has us hooked from the get-go
Look Magazine
A clever exploration of family and grief, which will appeal to fans of Harriet Lane
Red Magazine
Sarah Duguid's debut is light on its toes, a delicate, elegant examination of a complicated family situation where emotions are unpredictable and connections are tenuous
Daily Express S Magazine
Full of wonderfully acerbic humour, a fantastic debut
Sunday Mirror
A tense, gripping and beautifully descriptive tale of grief, revenge and family secrets
Duguid brings to life the nuances of family life with ease
Its astute observations about family means it packs a punch
Good Housekeeping
A witty and touching take on grief and how families pull together to cope in its wake (5*)
OK Magazine
The simmering tension and painful misunderstanding of Duguid's debut lingers on my mind... seductive and chilling
Unnerving, absorbing and wincingly well-observed, this is an accomplished debut
Sunday Times