The Woman in the Woods
DescriptionShe's out there. Waiting for you.
A haunting read about witchcraft and superstition from Lisa Hall...
'Creepy, atmospheric, unnerving and brilliant' Will Dean
'A proper nailbiter' Mel McGrath
'Spooky' Louise Beech
'I couldn't read it fast enough' Helen Phifer
'A chilling triumph' Fiona Cummins
When Allie moves to a quaint old cottage with her husband, it's their dream home. Nestled in the village of Pluckley, it seems a perfect haven in which to raise their two children. But Pluckley has a reputation. It's known as England's most haunted village. And not long after the birth of their new son, Allie begins to notice strange things...
What's the flash of white she sees moving quickly through the woods to the back of their house? And what's the strange scratching noise coming from the chimney?
As Allie discovers more about the history of their new home, she uncovers a story of witchcraft and superstition, which casts a long shadow into the present day. And not everything is as it seems. Her family might well be in danger, but it's a danger none of them could have foreseen...
Bestseller Lisa Hall's The Woman in the Woods is full of creeping unease and nerve-wracking tension, and will have readers on the edge of their seats...
Praise for The Woman in the Woods :
'Creepy, atmospheric, unnerving and brilliant. Shirley Jackson and Ira Levin vibes. If you're looking for a Halloween read (legends, antiquities, and a sense of dread), this is it' Will Dean
' The Woman in the Woods pulses with a sinister energy that keeps you reading on. A proper nailbiter' Mel McGrath
'Such a different one from Lisa Hall and I loved it! Spooky and hook-y ... Highly recommend. You're all in for a treat this autumn' Louise Beech
'Creepy and tense' Bella
'I couldn't put it down and I couldn't read it fast enough' Helen Phifer
'Creepy, dark and all the chills! This book will make you question everything and everyone. Hall really knows how to drag the reader into the darkness. Fantastic!' Lauren North
'Atmospheric, creepy and oh-so-compulsive, The Woman in the Woods is a chilling triumph' Fiona Cummins
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