“An extraordinary journalistic exposé of a huge miscarriage of justice.”
Ian Hislop, Editor, Private Eye
“The definitive account of the scandal - from the journalist who pursued every twist and turn.”
Mishal Husain, Broadcaster
“Beautifully written. Full of heart rending detail, clarity and insight.”
Patrick Spence, Creative Director, ITV Studios
“Nick has come to understand the ultimately destructive management culture which pervaded the Post Office from the top down.”
Tom Hedges, former Subpostmaster
“A tale brilliantly told by Nick Wallis, who has dedicated years of work to establishing what happened, why it happened and calling those responsible to account. I urge you to read it.”
Rev Richard Coles, Presenter
“Nick’s narrative has the power of a great thriller as he lays bare the lies and deceit that has ruined so many lives.”
Dame Joan Bakewell, Journalist
"we can expect to see copies of The Great Post Office Scandal within easy reach of every lawyer and reporter at the hearing."
Joshua Rozenberg, Legal Commentator
"the story of a long-running scandal told with empathy and compassion while deftly explaining the complex, technical issues."
Sam Tobin, The Law Society Gazette
"Nick Wallis has written what feels like the most important book I have ever read."
Paul Gilbert, LBC Wise Counsel
"the conversational style and the sense that a new revelation is just a few pages away will keep you from putting it down, and the many startling vignettes will make you exclaim in shock and horror."
Rónán Kennedy, Computers & Law Magazine
"Couldn't put it down. Truly astonishing."
"One of the books of the century."
"If there is one new book that everyone involved in running any kind of complicated organisation and everyone in politics should read, it is The Great Post Office Scandal by Nick Wallis"
Stephen Bush, the i newspaper
"This book brilliantly examine and explains each aspect of this complicated saga, without ever forgetting the individual human beings who are the heart and soul of this tale."