The Last House on the Cliff
by Wyn Clark, Anne | Wales
Paperback | 384 pages
‘I gobbled it up in two sittings, quickly turning pages to see what would happen next. The windswept, desolate setting, cold, gloomy manor house and dark characters created the perfect stormy day read… And did I mention the twists? Oh my goodness!’ Net
When a young widow’s little girl vanishes, could a dark family secret hold the answer?
On the death of her aunt Gwyn, Lowri returns once more to Gwyn’s home on the remote island of Anglesey, Wales, with her young daughter Ruby in tow. Lowri hadn’t seen her aunt in years, but this beautiful island offers a fresh start.
Yet right away, strange things begin to happen. Ruby insists an old woman is visiting her when no one else is watching, and a tattered old doll keeps being left for Ruby to find.
Then Ruby goes missing. Desperately seeking answers no one seems to have, Lowri looks to her dark family past for clues. But the secrets she uncovers suggest that Ruby is not the only one in danger, and time is running out – for both of them…
A terrifically dark and twisty tale that asks: can you ever really trust those closest to you? Perfect for fans of Ruth Ware, Cass Green and C.J. Tudor.
Readers are gripped by The Last House on the Cliff:
‘I absolutely loved [this], I loved the chills it gave me, especially reading it in the dark!’ @Rubiereads,
‘Wonderful and captivating…
I loved how the story unfolded with so many twists and turns and family secrets you could never imagine. Heart wrenching and heart breaking at times. It was utterly compelling and a real page turner.’ Net
‘I loved this…! Super suspenseful – had me turning pages late through the night because I could not put it down until I had worked out all the twists… Five stars.’ Net
‘Such a tense and atmospheric read… This was gripping right from the first page and I could not put it down, twisty and unpredictable.’ Net
‘Gave me goosebumps the entire time … the twists in the novel made it one of my fastest reads of the year. The family dynamics were so complicated, I had no idea who to trust.’Net