Rachel Elliott is the author of WHISPERS THROUGH A MEGAPHONE, long-listed for the Bailey's Women's Prize in 2016. She is also a psychotherapist, and lives in Bath.
An astonishingly good novel about grief and its shadowy partner, guilt. Mysterious, uplifting, and often very funny, it had me totally gripped from start to finish - Deborah MoggachRachel Elliott is such a beguiling and astute storyteller - Sarah WinmanA slow-burn, quirky, rewarding story about a group of bereft people (and dogs) who find each other in unexpected ways - Julie CohenBeautifully written, Elliott's unique, mesmerising voice effortlessly draws you in - Woman & HomeThere is love and pain and such humour. The author is a psychotherapist with the key to the human heart - SagaA moving and gently humorous portrait of loss, grief and finding a way through...Wonderfully redemptive - Sarah Haywood, author of THE CACTUS