Cass Green

In a Cottage in a Wood

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A strange encounter

Neve comes across a troubled woman called Isabelle on Waterloo Bridge late one night. Isabelle forces a parcel into Neve’s hands and jumps to her death in the icy Thames below.

An unexpected gift

Two weeks later, as Neve’s wreck of a life in London collapses, an unexpected lifeline falls into her lap – a charming cottage in Cornwall left to her by Isabelle, the woman on the bridge. The solution to all her problems.

A twisted secret

But when Neve arrives, alone in the dark woods late one night, she finds a sinister looking bungalow with bars across its windows. And her dream home quickly becomes her worst nightmare – a house hiding a twisted secret that will change her life forever…

7 reviews for In a Cottage in a Wood

  1. kishan chand kuttuva (Verified Purchase)

    I have read this book twice now and enjoyed it just as much the second time. I find that a well written story stays with me – and this one certainly did. Neve is a beautifully written, if slightly annoying, protagonist and I felt her fear/loneliness/confusion. I look forward to the writer’s next novel.

  2. Kalyan Kumar (Verified Purchase)

    The book was OK. The plot was average, however, it is readable. The main character is very irritating, childish woman.

  3. Rahul Bisen (Verified Purchase)

    This was an enjoyable book, intricate enough to keep you reading, and in fact I read it in one sitting. It makes a difference to have a main character who can’t drive and doesn’t have much money. It was realistic and the ending was acceptable and satisfactory. A good book to curl up with on a dark winter evening with the wind rattling the windows.

  4. Nikhil Harmalkar (Verified Purchase)

    What an absolutely brilliant book. I was attracted to this book by the front cover and the blurb on the back. It was fantastic – jumpy, thrilling, spooky – I could go on. My advice switch off your phone, sit comfortably and begin. Gripping from the first page to the last the pages just keep on turning. Loved it

  5. Vatsal Singh (Verified Purchase)

    Have given this a good chance but it has taken a long time to get anywhere and I’ve now given up on it just over halfway through. I found the main character extremely irritating and childish, and just had no empathy with her. I usually enjoy a good thriller / drama but this just isn’t in the same class as some of the recent others I have read.

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