RaveNew York Journal of BooksMadeline Stevens’ debut novel Devotion is a page-turner. This psychological thriller has all the ingredients to create a tense situation rife with obsession, jealousy, lust, and betrayal ... What is certain is this, the writing is sharp and occasionally witty in Devotion, and each word demands to be devoured as the pages are turned steadily until the end. And then it demands thought. It will be interesting to see what Madeline Stevens produces next.
RaveNew York Journal of BooksMichael Robotham’s novel Good Girl, Bad Girl will uproot your preconceptions about the meaning of \'good\' and \'bad\' and scatter them to the winds ... [a] well-written psychological thriller ... one of the greatest aspects of Good Girl, Bad Girl...[is] the burgeoning mutual trust and beautifully depicted development of this relationship [between Evie and Cyrus] ... a satisfying array of suspects and red herrings traipse across the pages ... Good Girl, Bad Girl is an impeccable thriller ... Yet there is still time for the unhurried exploration of two unique, damaged characters.