The Cottage

    • 4.1 • 23 Ratings
    • $19.99

    • $19.99

Publisher Description

The gripping new thriller with a difference from internationally bestselling author Lisa Stone

An isolated cottage…
After losing her job and boyfriend, Jan Hamlin is in desperate need of a fresh start. So she jumps at the chance to rent a secluded cottage on the edge of Coleshaw Woods.
A tap at the window…
Very quickly though, things take a dark turn. At night, Jan hears strange noises, and faint taps at the window. Something, or someone, is out there.
A forest that hides many secrets…
Jan refuses to be scared off. But whoever is outside isn’t going away, and it soon becomes clear that the nightmare is only just beginning…

What readers are saying about The Cottage

‘Couldn't put it down’

‘A book with twists and turns’


‘Has you on the edge of your seat’


‘This is a WOW’

‘Expect the unexpected’

‘Engaging and thought-provoking’

‘Had me hooked from page 1’


Praise for Lisa Stone

‘Couldn’t put it down, it was so addictive!’ Amazon reviewer

‘I was so hooked on this book I was up all night reading it into the next day’ Amazon reviewer

‘The written style keeps the reader enthralled’ Amazon reviewer

‘If you like a book that keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish this book is for you’ Amazon reviewer

‘This is a cracking good read that had me hooked from the beginning until the end. Full of murders, spiritualistic intrigue and just a hint of romance. It is quick paced, extremely thought provoking and full of twists and turns. I didn't want to put this book down.’ Amazon reviewer

‘Fantastic book, couldn’t turn the pages quickly enough!’ Amazon reviewer

‘A well-written and extremely addictive novel that will stick in your head long after putting it down.’ Amazon reviewer

About the author

Lisa Stone lives in England, has 3 children, and has 36 books published under the pseudonym Cathy Glass, many of which have become best-sellers. This is her fifth Lisa Stone thriller.

Mysteries & Thrillers
Jessica Whittaker
hr min
July 8

Customer Reviews

Nico19B6 ,

Just intriguing enough to finish

It is a very slow paced book. The author spends chapters upon chapters giving excruciating detail about balls of yarn moving, and then when it gets to pieces of the story that are actually interesting or complex she glasses over very nuanced ideas in less than a paragraph. There are portions of his book that seem to be beyond the authors knowledge base, and the glossing over or explanation of details comes across as lazy and uninformed. It’s a decent concept, but the story could’ve been either shelved or summed up in about 15 pages. Not going to read another book from this author

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