The Empty Room

The Sunday Times bestselling thriller

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Pub Date 31 Mar 2022 | Archive Date 31 Mar 2022

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Praise for The Empty Room

'Superb' Natasha Cooper, Literary Review

'A finely calibrated account of loss, grief and simmering rage' Irish Times


'A powerful portrayal of one mother's desperate ordeal... perceptive'
Sunday Independent

'The Empty Room has all the elements of great drama - murder, revenge, sacrifice - along with complex moral questions that will keep you engaged long after the final thrilling page' Martina Murphy


'A compulsive, addictive, heart rending read, The Empty Room is a tale of grief and loss, and ultimately redemption, that puts Brian McGilloway at the very top of the game. I could not put it down' Sam Blake

'Masterful, humane, compelling, beautifully written, utterly convincing - and without a wasted word' Catherine Kirwan

'The Empty Room is a tense, and at times claustrophic, slow-burner which builds to a devastating conclusion' Claire Allan

'A tense thriller' Irish Daily Mail

'The Empty Room surely secures Brian's place as one of the best writers out there. . . a thoughtful exploration of a mother struggling with a changed world. . . exceptional' Chris MacDonald

'High tension and high emotion make this story a page turner' Roisin Meaney

'An utterly gripping and propulsive read, as one would expect from one of Ireland's finest thriller writers' Irish Independent

Praise for The Empty Room

'Superb' Natasha Cooper, Literary Review

'A finely calibrated account of loss, grief and simmering rage' Irish Times


'A powerful portrayal of one mother's desperate...


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