Sarah Diamond The Spider's House

ISBN 13: 9781932859270

The Spider's House

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“Diamond twists the coils of suspense to breaking point . . . a first-class psychologi-cal thriller that’s probably best read with the lights on.”—The Daily Record (London)


“Unbelievably chilling . . . this gripping and unsettling book is bound to have you reading late into the night.”—Peterborough Evening News (England)


When Anna Howell makes the shocking discovery that a notorious child murderess of the 1960s was the previous inhabitant of her picturesque old cottage, an unseen enemy begins to threaten her marriage, her sanity, and ultimately her life.

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Sarah Diamond was born in 1976 and grew up in Weymouth, England before studying English Literature at Reading University. She now works as an advertising copywriter and lives in London. She has written three highly acclaimed previous novels.

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'The Spider's House is a complex journey which... embarks on a path of chilling discovery that'll have the hairs on the back of your neck standing on end. Diamond twists the coils of suspense to breaking point and in so doing, delivers a first-class psychological thriller that's probably best read with the lights on.' -- Shari Low DAILY RECORD 'An unbelievably chilling insight into the mind of a murderess... This gripping and unsettling book is bound to have you reading into the night... The final pages sent shivers up my spine and were written so masterly I could almost smell Anna's fear.' PETERBOROUGH EVENING TELEGRAPH '...spooky and fascinating... not a book to read if you've just moved to some far-flung hamlet.' MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS 'This is the kind of thriller that starts off quietly and ends up with you gripped by the need to get to the end, but too scared to read it before going to sleep.' BSKYB TELETEXT 'Sarah Diamond develops her tale from such innocuous beginnings towards a shatteringly scary climax... a well-crafted book with suspense carefully maintained.' -- Jennifer Palmer REVIEWING THE EVIDENCE ' a first-class psychological thriller that's probably best read with the lights on.' DAILY RECORD 'Diamond skillfully builds a sense of menace as Anna realises her marriage, and her life, may be at risk, and the story ends with a clever and unexpected twist.' WESTERN DAILY PRESS

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