Absolutely gripping, I raced through Undertow - if you've got a journey to go on, an appointment to wait for, then pick it up and watch the time disappear
A tense, gripping thriller that kept me turning the pages long into the night, desperate to know whom to trust
An immersing story, reminiscent of Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca . . . The "hidden currents" that keep us submerged in Undertow are not only those of the sea, but the fear and suspicion that swell catastrophically through the most intimate relationships
The market is absolutely flooded with psychological thrillers at the moment, and it takes something really special to stand out. Take a bow, Elizabeth Heathcote, because this chilling, twisty and hugely atmospheric tale is standing head and shoulders above the rest . . . This slow-burn tale sneaks up and grabs you by the throat, right when you least it expect it. Brilliant!
Buckle up for this gripping psychological thriller