I’m bowled over by the reviews LOST GIRL is copping, not least this one from a super bookseller at Waterstones, and an aficionado of the grim – Patty Dohle: “The almost prophetic descriptions of a vast refugee crisis (considering Nevill wrote this book before the current problems hit the papers) was almost spooky in its timeliness . . . As with all of his books, I advise that you read it at your own risk. But at the same time, you will be glad you did. ” Reluctantly Freaky.
Thank you, Patty.