'Glaister has the uncomfortable knack of putting her finger on things we most fear, of exposing the darkness within.' Independent on Sunday
‘I happened upon Glaister's Trick or Treat in a used book store, never having heard of her work. The cover drew my attention, and a quick browse peeked my interest. I live in The States and have to send to England, to relatives, to get her novels. Her work is remarkable, but that doesn't do her justice. She puts goose-pimples to shame with the depth and insights of her subterranean world of passion and pain. Glaister can handle language like few authors, can breath underwater.’
(Amazon Customer review)
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