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An intricately plotted novel of international intrigue that reads like a wickedly inspired collaboration by the young Evelyn Waugh, Patricia Highsmith, and Martin Amis. His prose glitters like a dagger, propelling us through a maze of deceptions and unexpected revelations
Joyce Carol Oates
Glencross is blisteringly gifted - funny and brilliant - and tells a great, gripping story about the beautiful monsters of the London super-elite
David Lipsky, author of Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself: A Road Trip with David Foster Wallace
Cynical, dry, and sharp as a skewer. A wicked, twisty read
Mick Herron
Perfectly constructed and elegantly written, this is a superior thriller
NetGalley March Books of the Month
Hoffer is both excellent and original, and captures the morally dubious world of the international rich with panache, humour and some beautiful prose
Oliver Harris
Hoffer, born in Ohio but repurposed as a raffish, art-fancying scrounger, is by Graham Greene out of Patricia Highsmith . . . the novel packs a considerable punch
Irish Times
Impeccably plotted
Daily Telegraph
A likeable capriccio, stuffed with epigrams, the plot Wodehousian
Sunday Telegraph
Wonderfully entertaining
Mail on Sunday, Thriller of the Week
Detailed insights into the lifestyles of London's excessively rich . . . meticulous portrayal of Hoffer's circle, its convoluted codes and catty manners