Something mysterious is happening at Tornley Hall, the new home of Hannah and her husband Will. Located in a remote part of Suffolk, Hannah is convinced that the house holds the answers to the perfect life she longs for. Will is less sure, especially as he now has to commute back to London for work, and cracks begin to appear in their strained relationship.
When heavy snowfall leaves Will stranded in London, events at Tornley Hall, where Hannah is now isolated, begin to take a sinister turn. Left alone to cope with the preparations for a visitor, Barbara, in just two weeks, and desperate when obstacles keep preventing her from completing her schedule, Hannah turns to local neighbours for help. But are they friend or foe? And what or who is the perpetrator of the strange goings on in the house.
A superbly written and addictive psychological thriller, The Hidden Girl moves at a great pace, building tension as characters and plots are unveiled. I really enjoyed Louise Millars flowing style of writing, and devoured this book in one sitting. The first book I've read by her, but it won't be the last!
* I received a free copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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