An author from Norfolk is being tipped for literary stardom with her first novel, 'Elizabeth is Missing', predicted to be the summer best-seller.
Here are a selection of what critics are saying about the book.
"An unforgettable novel about memory, self and how dementia erases the past and present."
The Daily Express
"A mystery, an unsolved crime and one of the most unforgettable characters since Mark Haddon's 'Christopher'."
"Literature is replete with unreliable narrators, but you’ve never encountered an unreliable narrator like the one in Emma Healey’s mournful and luminous debut novel."
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