"The richness of the book mainly comes from the writing itself... The dense swirling surface of Guilt reflects its central theme – the chaotic, anarchic nature of human existence."

- Evening Post



Marcus Klein, a budding novelist in search of inspiration, wakes in a gutted bedsit with terrible burns and only the most tantalisingly vague memory of how he got there.

Edgy, intense, breathtakingly original and irresistibly deadpan, Guilt is a gripping portrayal of divided loyalties, sexual obsession and psychological scars.


"It's not so much the cause of fear that her novel is exploring but the atmosphere of it, and in this respect her writing is extremely evocative."

- Independent on Sunday