Hot damn C J Tudor s The Chalk Man is good Very Stephen King esque Ruth Ware CJ Tudor s very clever, wrong footing debut will leave you checking that doors and windows of your holiday cottage are secureRadio Times Gripping, chillingbrilliant As creepy as that house with dark windows we all knew as kids I can t wait for the next one Luca Veste If you like my stuff, you ll like this STEPHEN KING Completely engrossing Puts me in mind of Stephen King s The Body JOHN BOYNE Wonderfully creepy like a cold blade on the back of your neck LEE CHILD The past rises from the chalk dust A labyrinthine tale that kept me guessing right to the end VAL MCDERMID The Mail on Sunday This assured debut is very much in the Stephen King vein creepy with plenty of menace The Guardian Half horror, half crime, The Chalk Man is a creepy, compulsive novel Red Online A striking debut Sunday TimesFront Tip In Tense, skilful storytelling Ali Land, bestselling author of Good Me Bad MeThere s a creeping sense of unease that starts with the prologue and grows throughout the book And then that ending James Oswald, bestselling author of the Inspector McLean series Gripping Cecelia Ahern, bestselling author of PS I Love YouA page turning thriller that draws simple but terrifying lines about evil and the haunting nature of childhood Julia Heaberlin, bestselling author of Black Eyed Susans Completely engrossing Puts me in mind of Stephen King s The BodyJohn Boyne, bestselling author of The Boy in the Striped PyjamasImpossible to put down, cleverly constructed and executed Ragnar Jnasson, author of the bestselling Dark Iceland seriesInsightful, clever, thoughtful, mysterious, gripping, nostalgic and utterly compelling This book has bestseller written all over it C L Taylor, bestselling author of The Missing Compelling, taut and so very, very chilling This book will haunt you Claire Douglas, bestselling author of Last Seen Alive