As If I Were A River

‘An absolutely outstanding debut. It is written so beautifully that I couldn’t help but form an immensely strong emotional link to the characters as their journey unfolded. Something so completely out of the ordinary that it warrants every single one of the five stars that I have awarded it.’ ~ Michelle Ryles, The Book Magnet Blog

‘A compelling, intricate, psychological exploration of the lies we tell ourselves and the truths we run from. Beautiful.’ ~ Angela Clarke, author of Follow Me

‘A gripping read; I tore through the pages, compelled by the intrigue of the mysterious disappearance and the beautifully paced revelations of Kate’s family secrets. An honest, compassionate portrayal of touchingly real characters and their familial relationships; the mistakes made, the regrets, the falling out, the falling apart, the forgiveness and the love.’ – Jane Elmor, author of My Vintage Summer

‘An emotionally powerful story of the impact of secrets and lies on the lives of three generations of women – a deeply satisfying and moving book, and a wonderful debut!’ – Sophie Duffy, author of Bright Stars

‘Amanda Saint’s intricately plotted debut novel is a juicy Pandora’s box of mysteries and revelations.’ – Alison Moore, author of The Lighthouse

Remember Tomorrow

“A dystopian future that echoes the present times. A reflection of society in a stark, unforgiving mirror. Unsettling, honest and unputdownable.” – Susmita Bhattacharya, author of The Normal State of Mind

“A chilling descent into the chaos that lies in the hearts of men. A searing portrait of a dystopian future where civilisation’s thin veneer has been ripped away, and it is women who suffer most as a result. Excellent.” – Paul Hardisty, author of Absolution