Kate McQuaile is a graduate of the Faber novel-writing course. She lives in London and works as a journalist, but is originally from Drogheda in Ireland.
A compelling and compassionate novel * Candis on What She Never Told Me * An impulsive act has extraordinary consequences in this accomplished novel . . . Disturbing and compassionate * Sunday Times on What She Never Told Me * Elegant, clever and totally convincing * Sunday Mirror on What She Never Told Me * McQuaile displays great empathy for her characters in this tale of an Ireland where the past can never be left behind * Sinead Crowley on What She Never Told Me * What She Never Told Me pulls you in from the first page in its exploration of love and identity, and the complicated bonds that tie families together. An absorbing read * Karen Perry on What She Never Told Me * A fast-paced read * Prima * Everything you want in a thriller * Emma Flint, author of Little Deaths * A twisty tale * Good Housekeeping *