Sheer Blue Bliss: A Novel by Lesley Glaister

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Sheer Blue Bliss: A Novel

'“In Tony, Glaister has created one of the most menacing characters in contemporary fiction. . . . this is crime writing of the highest order, creepy with apprehension and producing satisfying fits of the shivers.” —The Sunday Times   “Tackles tough, complex issues with panache . . . the written equivalent of film noir.” —The Independent on Sunday   “Glaister, along with Ruth Rendell, has almost cornered the market in writing horror stories set in the suburbs . . . but Glaister’s work is more unsettling because her characters are less gothic, more contemporary, more believable.” —The Times (London)   “A mix of horror, farce, and Cold Comfort Farm . . . The book vibrates with energy.” —Financial Times   “It’s a bit of a mystery why Kate Atkinson sells more books than Lesley Glaister. . . . An addictive emotional thriller —as if Ruth Rendell had got hold of an AS Byatt novel and stripped out the digressive bits.” —The Independent   “Glaister’s narrative snakes suspensefully between the past and present. Between the lines lie debates about art, truth and love.” —The Mail on Sunday'
'“In Tony, Glaister has created one of the most menacing characters in contemporary fiction. . . . this is crime writing of the highest order, creepy with apprehension and producing satisfying fits of the shivers.” —The Sunday Times   “Tackles tough, complex issues with panache . . . the written equivalent of film noir.” —The Independent on Sunday   “Glaister, along with Ruth Rendell, has almost cornered the market in writing horror stories set in the suburbs . . . but Glaister’s work is more unsettling because her characters are less gothic, more contemporary, more believable.” —The Times (London)   “A mix of horror, farce, and Cold Comfort Farm . . . The book vibrates with energy.” —Financial Times   “It’s a bit of a mystery why Kate Atkinson sells more books than Lesley Glaister. . . . An addictive emotional thriller —as if Ruth Rendell had got hold of an AS Byatt novel and stripped out the digressive bits.” —The Independent   “Glaister’s narrative snakes suspensefully between the past and present. Between the lines lie debates about art, truth and love.” —The Mail on Sunday'
Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller ISBN: 9781497694163 Pages: 283