The Hidden Girl

Louise Millar (Author)

Product Details

Emily Bestler Books
Publish Date
August 26, 2014
5.3 X 8.2 X 1.2 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author

Louise Millar began her journalism career in various music and film magazines and spent seven years at Marie Claire as senior editor and contributing editor. She has written for Mojo, Marie Claire, Red, Psychologies, The Independent, Glamour, and The Guardian, among others. She lives in London with her husband and daughters.


"A deliciously disturbing read, with paranoia seeping from every page."--Alex Marwood
"Taut, chilling and utterly brilliant- my thriller of the year."--Lisa Jewell
"This seriously creepy psychological thriller set deep in the Suffolk countryside is Louise Millar's best book yet. With a twist I did not see coming, it will make urbanites dreaming of bucolic bliss think again."--Alex Marwood, bestselling author of The Wicked Girls and The Killer Next Door
"Louise Millar's Accidents Happen is everything I hope for in a suspenseful read - chilling, complex and intense. Millar's riveting novel, with its frightening premise and twists and turns kept me frantically turning pages late into the night."--Heather Gudenkauf "New York Times bestselling author of The Weight of Silence "
"As Millar makes truth elusive and builds suspense, she is establishing herself in the top tier of writers of psychological thrillers."--Booklist (starred review)
"Louise Millar possesses an awesome talent for penning menacing tales. THE HIDDEN GIRL is a tightly penned thriller with fully fleshed out characters, interesting and intelligent dialogue, and stellar plotting."--Reader to Reader
"[An] intriguing psychological thriller...emotionally compelling."--Publishers Weekly
"The author has done a good job of thinking this story out and making all the pieces come together. There's an underlying horror in these pages, and it's a good read."--Book Fairie
"Millar turns the typically cozy village setting into something malevolent, generating considerable suspense in the process and adding a psychological thriller element reminiscent of Ruth Rendell."--Booklist
"Millar does a great job of building slow, psychological suspense... I highly recommend that you give this one a try,"--Book Hooked Blog
"A really good book! It's addictive and kept me glued to the pages wanting to know how it all ends."--Always with a Book