Reviews of The Taxidermist’s Daughter

“Glossy as a crow’s wing. Sure as a surgeon’s scalpel. I bloody loved it.” – Joanne Harris, author of Chocolat

“The Taxidermist’s Daughter is amazing – atmospheric, gripping . . . I can’t put it down” – Marian Keyes, author of This Charming Man

“I loved the atmosphere: the time, the place, the weather, the cold. An unholy collision of Daphne du Maurier and Agatha Christie” – Anthony Horowitz, creator and writer of Foyle’s War

“This haunting and atmospheric Gothic novel sweeps you along to its dramatic conclusion” – Heat Magazine (4* review)

“Mosse is an engaging storyteller, deftly dealing with the intricacies of her involving, gruesome plot” – Sunday Express

“[A] creepy chiller of a novel” – Sunday Express

“Fans of Mosse will love this haunting tale of murder and suspicion” – Elle

“A compulsive read reminiscent of Daphne du Maurier” – Stylist

“This novel drips with Edgar Allen Poe-style gothic touches” – Metro

“A cleverly constructed thriller… Mosse excels at building up clammy, dank suspense while keeping her readers in the dark. A seriously satisfying read” – Metro

“Gripping, moving and intricately written, The Taxidermist’s Daughter will surely delight [Mosse’s] legions of fans. It’s perfectly paced and impossible to put down” – The Independent

“Mosse throws one bravura scene after another. This is a book full of heart and superb twists, with an unforgettable heroine and a mystery that will have you thinking long after you’ve turned the last page” – The Independent

“Difficult to put down…thrilling, mysterious” – The Book Club blog

“Will send shivers down your spine” – Good Housekeeping

Mill On The Floss meets Psycho” – Observer series

“Her complex plot moves at rocket speed. Unputdownable . . . sure to be a bestseller” – The Times 

“A superb atmospheric thriller, its Gothic overtones commanding attention from the very first page” – Daily Mail

“The Taxidermist’s Daughter will have you looking over your shoulder, as Mosse draws you into her gothic, chilling world” – The Sun

“A jeu d’esprit in which ghosts and ghoulish patriarchal secrets, estranged female psyches and tumultuous bird-life coexist in a compulsively readable yarn with elements of folklore and beast fable” – The Guardian