An absolutely stunning tale, one that walks a tightrope of tension, is at times uncomfortable, yet impossible to put down. A novel appears in the life of someone who never expected to read her own tale between the pages. Two stories are told, one is removed, never completely in touch, sometimes even awkward, while the other is so personal and impassioned, the thoughts and feelings drive up and out from the page. This concept highlights the differences between the two tales, yet the connection between them burns with intensity. Renee Knight writes with empathy, yet penetrating sharpness, the clever writing keeps hitting you with the unexpected, tripping up your understanding and stamping over any speculation. My compassion danced one way and then the other, and it took until the very end for it to settle. ’Disclaimer’ is a debut with attitude and I highly recommend it.
Imagine if the next thriller you opened was all about you...
An addictive novel with shades of Gone Girl. (Sunday Times).
When an intriguing novel appears on Catherine's bedside table, she curls up and begins to read. But as she turns the pages she is horrified to realize she is a key character, a main player. This story will reveal her darkest secret. A secret she thought no one else knew...
'An addictive novel with shades of Gone Girl' Sunday Times
'Disclaimer plunges us into our worst nightmare -- somebody knows our darkest secret, and they're sharing it ...' Val McDermid
'Renee Knight's DISCLAIMER is something special ... an outstandingly clever and twisty tale that's been perfectly engineered to make heads spin' New York Times
'Sensationally good psychological suspense ... exactly what a great thriller should be' Lee Child
Publication date: 31/12/2015
Publisher: Black Swan an imprint of Transworld Publishers Ltd
|Publication date:||31st December 2015|
|Publisher:||Black Swan an imprint of Transworld Publishers Ltd|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Family Drama, Thriller / Suspense,|
|Categories:||Crime & mystery, Thriller / suspense,|
Renée Knight worked for the BBC directing arts documentaries before turning to writing. She has had TV and film scripts commissioned by the BBC, Channel Four and Capital Films. Her first screenplay, ‘Mother’s Day’, made it onto the Brit List of best unproduced scripts of that year. In April 2013 she graduated from the Faber Academy ‘Writing a Novel’ course. She lives in London with her husband and two children. Author photo © Colin HuttonMore About Renee Knight