Rebecca Whitney's debut, The Liar's Chair, was published in 2015. As well as novels, Rebecca writes short stories and features, and also teaches creative writing. She lives in Sussex. The Hidden Girls is her second novel.
Compelling and unsettling -- Laura Wilson in the <i>Guardian </i>on <i>The Liar's Chair</i> This impressive debut will cleverly draw you in, then spit you out shivering and on edge -- <i>Sun</i> on<i> The Liar's Chair</i> Pacy and pitch-dark -- <i>Sunday Mirror </i>on <i>The Liar's Chair</i> An extremely promising literary newcomer * Grazia * Whitney is definitely a name to keep your eye on * Stylist * An intriguing and suspenseful psychological thriller with a fascinating protagonist suffering from postpartum psychosis . . . Original and timely -- Jenny Quintana, author of <i>The Missing Girl </i>and <i>Our Dark Secret</i> Moving and terrifying, The Hidden Girls is a page-turning thriller with a compassionate heart that twists and turns on every page. I loved it -- Kate Hamer, author of <i>The Girl in the Red Coat</i> and <i>Crushed</i>