Journalist Casey Benedict is about to uncover a secret that will take her to the darkest corners of the human mind in this brilliant new international thriller from an award-winning journalist
As an award-winning investigative journalist, Holly Watt worked on MPs Expenses and the Panama Papers. She has written for the Sunday Times, the Daily Telegraph and the Guardian. She lives in London. @holly_watt
Superbly entertaining ... This promises to be an outstanding series
* Telegraph *
A first-rate Fleet Street novel ... equally good on the spy-like ploys used by undercover hacks as it is on tensions and teamwork in the newsroom * Sunday Times *
Superbly plotted... frighteningly plausible and utterly unforgettable! This is a rollercoaster of a book... To the Lions is quite sensational * Crime Review *
This fast-paced thriller follows journalist Casey Benedict on a dark trail of murder, political corruption and lies in a well-told tale that grabs you from the very first page * i *
This book is astonishing. Containing the most horrific concept for a crime novel I've ever encountered, it manages also to be beautifully written and tragic. It made me question the value we put on human life and consider what it means to be human. Utterly unforgettable -- Emma Flint, author of 'Little Deaths'
Eye-popping in its revelations of undercover journalists' tactics ... Holly Watt's knowledge and experience as an investigative reporter add a seriousness to this fast-moving [thriller] * Literary Review *
An amazing book ... Completely riveting ... A breath-holding rollercoaster of a read, which opens doors and windows into the way the world is that are genuinely shocking -- Manda Scott, author of 'A Treachery of Spies'
Tightly plotted, frighteningly plausible and packed with insider-knowledge, To The Lions is an astonishing debut -- M. W. Craven, author of 'The Puppet Show'
Sensational! I loved it. Superbly plotted, and what a brilliant series lead! A sure hit -- Clare Mackintosh, author of 'Let Me Lie'