IN STRANGERS’ HOUSES reviewed in The Sun

IN STRANGERS’ HOUSES had a lovely 4.5 star review from Natasha Harding in The Sun today. I’m absolutely delighted with her judgement: ‘Beautiful writing, a fine debut.’

‘LENA SZARKA, a Hungarian cleaner working in London, takes huge pride in her job – even though the people she works for rarely notice her existence.

When her friend Timea disappears, she suspects one of her clients. The police don’t share her suspicions so Lena beings her own investigation.

She quickly discovers a whole world she didn’t know anything about – and it frightens the life out of her

Beautiful writing, a fine debut.’