“A moving story”
Sunday Times, Best historical fiction books of 2022
“A compelling read”
Heat Magazine, Critic’s choice
“Madwoman is one of the best, a magnificent portrayal of Nellie Bly in all her journalistic integrity and darling.”
New York Journal Of Books
“Treger paints a dynamic portrait of a pioneering journalist whose work sparked real change.”
Mail On Sunday
“A propulsive, compelling novel of the lengths one women will go to to expose the truth about how those most in need of help are kept in danger.”
Independent, a June Book of the month

Arriving 9th June 2022 (UK) and 23rd August (US and Canada)

“Louisa Treger’s brilliant second novel is a daring blend of romance, crime and history, and an intelligent exposé of the inherent injustice and consequences of all forms of oppression.” Tsitsi Dangarembga, author of Nervous Conditions

A gripping debut about creativity, forbidden passions and what happens when you break the rules. Dorothy Richardson is a heroine for our time”
―Daisy Goodwin
“An evocative, beautifully written first novel.”
Lucinda Riley