"A fantastic flawed but brilliant partnership. The role of the digital world in catching criminals gives this book a new and exciting edge." - #10 on WHSmith's Crime Books We Want to See on The Big Screen
"Binary Witness is an unashamed geeky mash-up of crime references...Claverton's eventual revelation of the identity of the killer is a terrific sleight of hand." - Crime Thriller Fella
"Claverton manages the unlikely conjuring trick of making [Amy] both vulnerable and dominant, impossibly frail and yet with a core of steel." - Crime Fiction Lover 4* review
"This is, by any standards, an extraordinary tour de force...Rosie Claverton's evocation of Cardiff which completely won me over...It is a world which she builds around us as we read, brick by brick, shadow by shadow, alleyway by alleyway, until we inhabit it, or it inhabits us, completely." - Sarah Williams @ Crime Readers' Association blog
"Authentic, intriguing & visual crime drama I can see off the page & on screen - the unlikely duo of agoraphobic Amy Lane and ex-con Jason Carr brings to mind a Cardiff-based NCIS, mixed with the visual flair of CSI and the tech of PERSON OF INTEREST." - Lucy V Hay, author and script editor at Bang2write.com
"Deft writing, fabulous characterisation and a plot that never lets go." - Dave Sivers, author of the Archer and Baines crime series.
About the Author
Rosie Claverton grew up in Devon, daughter to a Sri Lankan father and a Norfolk mother, surrounded by folk mythology and surly sheep. She moved to Cardiff to study medicine and adopted Wales as her home. Her short film "Dragon Chasers" aired on BBC Wales in autumn 2012.
Currently exiled to London, she lives with her journalist husband and their pet hedgehog.
You can find Rosie at rosieclaverton.com and @rosieclaverton on Twitter.