A Gingerbread House

A Gingerbread House
Catriona McPherson
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An invitation you can' t refuse. You should . . . When shy, lonely Ivy meets a woman who claims to be her long-lost sister, she knows it' s too good to be true. She decides to trust Kate anyway. She wants a family. She wants someone to love. She' s making a mistake. Ivy enters Kate' s fairytale cottage, deep in the heart of Scotland . . . and she doesn' t come out. She' s the first to go missing. She won' t be the last. Meanwhile, in another part of the forest, Tash' s journey is just beginning . . . Multi-award-winning master of suspense Catriona McPherson is back with an ominous, twisty psychological thriller set in contemporary Scotland that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Another unsettling and cleverly plotted winner from the enormously talented McPherson * Kirkus Reviews on Strangers at the Gate * McPherson spins a tense tale of murder and deception. Fans of Daphne du Maurier' s Rebecca will find much to like * Publishers Weekly on Strangers at the Gate * Devious and suspenseful and keeps readers guessing until the shocking end * Library Journal Starred Review of Go to My Grave * Quiet Neighbors drew me in from the very first page, and I stayed up late reading it because I couldn' t wait to find out what happened next * CHARLAINE HARRIS * Outstanding * Publishers Weekly Starred Review of Quiet Neighbors * McPherson is a master of slightly creepy narratives that are complex and character driven * Library Journal Starred Review of Quiet Neighbors * Layer upon layer of deception * Kirkus Reviews Starred Review of Quiet Neighbors *
Born in West Lothian and educated at Edinburgh University, Catriona McPherson has been a full-time fiction writer since 2001. She is the multi-award-winning author of the Dandy Gilver historical mysteries, the Last Ditch mysteries and a number of standalone psychological thrillers. She lives in northern California.