The Observer 4 Feb 2018

"Meticulous and gripping – a thriller that disturbs for revelations about a singular act of murder, and the national security state which we call home." - Philippe Sands, author of East West Street

"Blood on the Page is an In Cold Blood for our time – a brilliant and unflinching anatomy of a murder that is both brutal true crime and heartbreaking human tragedy." - Tony Parsons, author of The Murder Bag

"A fine and fascinating read, bolstered by exemplary research and nuanced insights. Absorbing." - Tobias Jones, Observer

"Reads like a thriller... a rigorous investigation... a revealing piece of social history.” -  Stephen Robinson, Sunday Times

"A real-life procedural... which might have important implications for us all."" - Kathryn Hughes, Guardian

"Thomas Harding follows the twists and turns of the investigation in the best traditions of the true crime narrative. The research is meticulous and the account of the murder investigation, detailed, painstaking and fascinating." - Justin Davenport, Evening Standard

"Reads like a fast-paced thriller." - Ham & High

"Harding's book Hanns and Rudolf was a marvel of investigative research. Blood on the Page is similarly diligent and thorough in its approach" -  Ian Thomason,  Financial Times

"One of the most intriguing murders cases in British legal history. There are enough questions raised by Hardings meticulous research to suggest that reasonable doubt stills hangs over the conviction." - Jewish Chronicle

"Absolutely gripping throughout and builds to a devastating conclusion. Just brilliant." -  Allan Little