Deadly Virtues Reviews
"Starred Review. Bannister's plotting is neat and her characterization smooth, with just enough irony to keep people from seeming ostentatiously noble." - Publishers Weekly
"Starred Review. The versatile Bannister (Death in High Places ) has crafted yet another stunning, paranoia-doused psychological suspense novel guaranteed to keep readers glued to their seats. A good pairing would be Jonathan Lewis's Into Darkness , which also features an assistance dog." - Library Journal
"Once Hazel and Gabriel decide that the danger to Jerome came not from outside but from inside the Meadowvale Police Station, however, the stakes rise for Norbold. Even so, Bannister (Death in High Places, 2011, etc.) keeps the focus on her memorable, if not entirely original, characters rather than the town they share or the plot - its opening moves piquantly surprising, its later surprises more predictable - that brings them together." - Kirkus
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