A spellbinding and stunningly original portrait of friendship, secrets and family, set against the turbulent background of Indian politics. The ending will astound you -- Lesley Kara on Can You See Me Now?Can You See Me Now?
is so well written and compulsive, a sophisticated page turner. I was enthralled by the dual timelines, the political setting and the way the dynamics from the women's past played out in the present. It's very well done. -- Harriet Tyce, Author of Blood Orange
Loved Trisha Sakhlecha's latest psychological thriller. It has everything; a friendship with secrets, a devastating crime, jealousy, politics and reputation. A multi-layered story. Whizzed through it! -- Emma Curtis, author of One Little Mistake
An evocative exploration of female friendships and politics, intimacy
-- Rachel Edwards, Author of Darling
Intricately plotted and righteously angry, Can You See Me Now? is a thought-provoking tale of female friendship struggling to survive in a patriarchal society. Nothing is quite what it seems in this tautly written psych suspense... -- Nicola Rayner, author of The Girl Before You
Really enjoyed this new thriller...I was gripped by the twisty plot and loved learning more about Delhi culture. -- Neema Shah, author of Kololo Hill
a deft exploration of power, misogyny, responsibility . . . It's also a seriously gripping read. I loved every plot twist, found myself completely drawn in by the blend of idealism, glamour and ruthlessness in the world in which it takes place . . . -- Naomi Ishiguro, Author of Escape Routes
I loved it! Full of tension and intrigue that will keep you turning the pages right to the very end. The setting draws you into a world of teenage girls, women and secrets, lies and power. My heart didn't stop racing. -- Lauren North, Author of The Perfect BetrayalCan You See Me Now
is a highly literary novel, but one with all the page-turning compulsion of an unputdownable thriller. It is a book about India that can stand proudly beside Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children
. But it is...also about friendship, ambition, betrayal and growing up. A great read and one of my books of the year. Trisha Sakhlecha is a novelist to watch. * Edward Wilson, Author of The Envoy *
A deliciously dark
and original debut about love, loss and lies
, with an ending that is impossible to predict
-- Alice Feeney on Your Truth or Mine?
Well written, with plenty of twists
and an excellent sense of place -- Guardian
on Your Truth or Mine?Original and evocative
, I was completely hooked
by the longing, love and envy simmering sometimes unseen, yet ever-present. With an ending I couldn't predict, this debut is one to savour -- Karen Hamilton on Your Truth or Mine?Your Truth or Mine?
is a book that you'll want to read again as soon as you've finished it
, to look for clues, wondering how you'd missed them the first time around. I thought I had it all figured out, so was 'Wait . . . What?' when the reveal came. The sucker punch came from nowhere and lifted me off my feet
- the sign of a great book
-- Sandie Jones, author of The Other Woman