Guilt

gilt-cover"Some pages are so breathtakingly exquisitely good that you really feel like you're bearing witness to a virtuoso talent flexing her muscles." – The Good Book Guide (UK)

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

"Grimshaw creates sharply drawn urban landscapes, where noirish unsettling atmosphere is powerfully caught." – The Times

"One waits with interest and apprehension to see what she conjures up next." – Michael King.

"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." – The Evening Post

"Gripping." - Time Out

"Extremely tense, edgy and exciting, Guilt is about crossing the boundaries between lawfulness and lawlessness, and the grey area that is morality...Grimshaw's multi-talents are displayed again in this thrilling second novel." - Next

"Gripping and amazingly descriptive, you won't put this down in a hurry." – Shine

"Tense and compelling stuff." Big Issue

Provocation

provocation-cover"She has a seething, unsettling imagination." – The Observer

"Grimshaw shows a level of accomplishment unusual in a first time writer, her shiny diamond-hard prose suiting her subject matter perfectly. A deliciously dark treat." – The Times

"Provocation is a compelling read, and Grimshaw's prose is magnificent. First fiction just doesn't get any better than this." – Irish Examiner

"Atmospheric, intelligent and seductively strange." – Sarah Dunant

"Darkly compelling." – Gillian Slovo