The Woman in the Mirror

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Minotaur Books
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6.5 X 9.4 X 1.3 inches | 1.2 pounds

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About the Author

Rebecca James worked in publishing for several years before leaving to write full-time, and is now the author of several novels written under a pseudonym, as well as The Woman in the Mirror under her own name. Her favorite things are autumn walks, Argentinean red wine and curling up in the winter with a good old-fashioned ghost story. She lives in Bristol with her husband and two daughters.


Stunning... - Publishers Weekly

The Woman in the Mirror is a creepily enthralling tale. - Shelf Awareness

A gorgeous mansion thick with ghosts, enchanting children, a dangerously mysterious master of the house--THE WOMAN IN THE MIRROR has it all. Not since THE TURN OF THE SCREW has a governess encountered so much glorious Gothic malevolence. A deliciously atmospheric read that causes the hair on the back of the neck to stand up as something rustles in the shadows in the it with all the lights on. - New York Times bestselling author Deanna Raybourn

Haunting, unnerving, infused with atmosphere, dread and secrets...the perfect Gothic thriller. - New York Times bestselling author Amanda Quick

"As dark and twisted as the creeping vines of malevolent wallpaper presiding over the governess's haunted bedroom, The Woman in the Mirror draws from classic horror sources to devise a sinister tale entirely of Rebecca James's devising. Charlotte Perkins Gilman and Susan Hill are echoed here, but the intertwined modern and historical plots make for a uniquely riveting tale."--Lindsay Faye, author of The Gods of Gotham

Like a modern day Turn of the Screw, this book draws you in and slowly chills you. It's beautiful and spooky. I loved it! - Christi Daugherty, author of The Echo Killing

"...a dark treat of a book, steeped in gothic detail and heavy with unease."--Kate Riordan, author of The Stranger

...elegantly written and deliciously creepy."--Emylia Hall, author of The Thousand Lights Hotel

"Deliciously sinister..."--Nicola Cornick, author of The Phantom Tree

"Brilliant, addictive and superbly gripping."--Kate Furnivall