Press quotes

Praise for The Strangers We Know:

‘A relatable heroine, a riveting mystery, and plot twists that will make you gasp. I loved it.’ ( Robyn Harding, bestselling author of The Party)

‘I raced through this book and loved the sharp, sassy suspense story of a marriage on the edge.’ (Sara Foster, bestselling author of The Hidden Hours and You Don’t Know Me)

‘The Strangers We Know is simply phenomenal. Pip Drysdale is a brilliant storyteller. She has a long career ahead of her, and I will be eagerly awaiting every new book she releases.’ (Better Reading Book of the Week)

‘Reels you in from the first chapter … Set aside a weekend because you won’t be able to put it down after you start reading.’ (Courier Mail)

‘Another gripping psychological thriller from the home-grown author of The Sunday Girl.’ (Who magazine)

‘Twisty-turny domestic noir.’ (New Idea Book of The Month)

‘This addictive page turner enthralls from cover to cover … exposes a relationship marked by love, lies, betrayal, tragedy and deception. An author we need to watch.’ (Mrs. B’s Book Reviews)

‘The next Liane Moriarty.’ (Stellar)

Praise for ‘The Sunday Girl’:

‘A gripping psychological thriller’ (The Daily Telegraph)

‘The Girls Club of psychological thrillers has a worthy new member’ (Herald Sun)

‘A fascinating and addicting read into the psyche of a woman who’s in love with the idea of love and can’t see past the manipulation.’ (Jamie Lynn Hendricks for Suspense Magazine)

‘Aabrasive thriller that will leave readers with a bit of a burn.’ (Erin Holt for Booklist)

‘A perfect beach read.’ The Glitter Guide.

‘Successfully explores the realities of domestic violence and the psychological warfare abusers use to confuse their victims.’ (Mystery Scene Magazine)

‘Addictive, clever, brilliantly written’ (Ali Berg, author of The Book Ninja )

‘I was definitely hooked by the sharp, pacy writing and twisty plot of this intriguing psychological thriller’ (New Zealand Women’s Weekly, Book of the Week)

‘Exciting, irresistible, and real’ (Good Reading)

‘You know that things cannot end well, but you can’t turn away or stop reading this gripping novel’ (Canberra Weekly)

‘An addictive debut psychological thriller which explores the darkness of abusive relationships’ (New Idea)

‘A well plotted, crisply paced first novel’ (The Listener)

‘A gripping rollercoaster ride of a story…exciting, darkly humorous, and at times disturbing, and I loved it’ (Better Reading)

‘Explores abuse, victimisation, control and revenge in an accessible, and impressively sneaky manner…an impressive debut’ (AustCrime Fiction)

‘Offers a storyline that is both different and very contemporary…a compulsive read!’ (Mrs B’s Book Reviews )

The Girl On The Train meets Before I Go To Sleep, you won’t be able to resist turning the page’ (Family Circle)