Jane Robins began her career as a journalist with The Economist, the BBC & the Independent on Sunday. She has written three previous books of non-fiction, The Rebel Queen (Simon & Schuster) The Magnificent Spilsbury and The Curious Case of Dr. Adams (both John Murray).
`White Bodies will keep you up all night and have you turning to your sleeping soulmate with the thought, "Who ARE you?"' Julie Burchill
`This book is immensely gripping - kept me on the edge of my sun lounger all day, till I got to the end' Sophie Hannah
`Gripping, creepy and very addictive!' BA Paris
'A totally absorbing and compelling read - loved it! At the halfway point, it made me gasp out loud and I couldn't turn the pages quick enough to find out what happened.' Sue Fortin
`An incredibly compelling, horribly believable tale of obsession, sisterhood and the mental rabbit holes that can creep up on us all.' Phoebe Morgan
`White Bodies is a masterpiece of manipulation - a dark and twisting exploration of a complicated love that's at once pure, corrupt, and blinding, with an ending that's as inevitable as it is unexpected. It's not often I read a novel and wish I'd written it. This is that book. A triumph!' Karen Dionne
`Breathless, sharp and dark. White Bodies is hard not to obsess over.' Ross Armstrong