When a clinical psychologist writes a thriller, it’s going to mess with your head
When a former clinical psychologist turns her hand to writing a thriller, you can bet it’s going to get right into your head. No wonder that Bev Thomas has drawn hyperbole from critics with her acclaimed and assured debut A Good Enough Mother.
The novel opens when the director of therapy unit is staggered to discover that a new referral is the image of her son who has been missing for some time. She knows exactly what she should do professionally, but what she should do as a mother is a more complex and boundary bending issue.
We loved the gripping, emotional power of A Good Enough Mother (‘Taut, absorbing and psychologically astute’–according to Girl On A Train author Paula Hawkins) and so are delighted that author Bev Thomas will be reading from and answering questions about A Good Enough Mother on March 3, 7.30pm
Entry is free, but please book your place via 0207 431 firstname.lastname@example.org