"Unguessable menace in a lonely house in Wales - skilfully conveyed in a thriller which can boast, as well, interesting characters and an intricate plot." - News Chronicle.
"This well-constructed thriller keeps you really interested in what will happen next." - Everywoman's.
"Told with magnificent zest and compelling realism." - Nottingham Guardian.
"A swift moving thriller, with an exciting plot, convincing characters and some dramatic situations." - Liverpool Daily Post.
"Faced with the necessity of earning her own living, Norah Faulkner gladly accepts the offer of a secretarial post with a woman she knows and likes. But in the lonely house where her duties begin, she is caught up in a swift-moving drama which has no real connection with her, yet of which she becomes the all-important centre. Altogether in this novel, Mr. Winston Graham shows himself a master of suggestion, character drawing and exciting narrative."
"Perfection is a full stop .... Ever the climbing but never the attaining Of the mountain top." W.G.
6. The Giant's Chair - 1938.