This is Nuala’s third chilling psychological thriller – and it might just be the creepiest one yet…
Lisa needs to disappear. And her friend’s rambling old home in the wilds of Yorkshire seems like the perfect place. It’s miles away from the closest town, and no one there knows her or her little boy, Joe.
But when a woman from the local village comes to visit them, Lisa realizes that she and Joe aren’t as safe as she thought.
What secrets have Rowan Isle House – and her friend – kept hidden all these years?
And what will Lisa have to do to survive, when her past finally catches up with her?
The early responses to The House on the Lake have been phenomenal:
“Gripping, poignant” Rosamund Lupton
“Eerily haunting” Jane Corry
“I literally couldn’t put it down” Emma Curtis
Nuala was chosen as one of The Observer’s ‘New Faces of Fiction’ for her debut novel, My Sister’s Bones, which was nominated for the Best First Novel Award at the 2018 Strand Critics Awards. Nuala’s second novel, The Day of the Accident, sold nearly 2000 copies in paperback within it’s first month – an outstanding achievement.
She is the daughter of an award-winning journalist, and was inspired by her father’s and other journalists’ experiences to gain Arts Council funding for her research into PTSD, the main theme of her debut psychological thriller, My Sister’s Bones.
The House on the Lake is published in paperback on 20th February this year.