Just Like the Other Girls

Just Like the Other Girls

The gripping thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Couple at No 9

Summary

THE NAIL-BITING THRILLER FROM THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE COUPLE AT NO 9

SHE THOUGHT SHE WAS SAFE. SO DID THE OTHERS . . .

'Douglas's best yet - an ingenious concept with a corker of a twist' GILLIAN MCALLISTER, bestselling author of THAT NIGHT
'An immersive page-turner with a twist I didn't see coming' SARAH VAUGHAN, bestselling author of LITTLE DISASTERS
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*CARER/COMPANION WANTED FOR ELDERLY LADY*

*YOUNG FEMALE PREFERRED * COMPETITIVE SALARY*

*ROOM AND BOARD INCLUDED*


Una Richardson is devastated after the death of her mother. Hoping for a fresh start, she responds to an advertisement and steps into the rich, comforting world of elderly Mrs Elspeth McKenzie.

But Elspeth's home is not as safe as it seems.

Kathryn, her cold and bitter daughter, resents Una's presence. More disturbing is the evidence suggesting two girls lived here before.

What happened to the girls?

Why will the McKenzies not talk about them?

As the walls close in around her, Una fears she'll end up just like the other girls . . .

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'A thriller that will leave you in a spin' Sun

'A chilling novel. Very hard to put down'
Gilly MacMillan

'A wickedly clever page-turner of a psychothriller'
Emma Curtis

'If you like thrillers with plenty of killer twists and turns, then Just Like The Other Girls should definitely be high on your reading list' My Weekly

Praise for Claire Douglas:

'Few people do psychological thrillers as claustrophobic and as creepy as Claire Douglas'
TIM WEAVER, bestselling author of No One Home

'Tense, claustrophobic and gripping' Paula Daly

'Absorbing and chilling' Karen Perry

'Thrillingly tense and twisty'
B A Paris

'Kept me up last night - scary, twisty, all too believable'
Jane Corry

Reviews

  • Just Like the Other Girls is a chilling novel showcasing Claire Douglas's trademark brilliantly claustrophobic settings and tightly plotted twists. Impossible to know which of the well-drawn characters to trust and very hard to put down
    Gilly Macmillan, bestselling author of What She Knew

About the author

Claire Douglas

Claire Douglas has worked as a journalist for fifteen years, writing features for women's magazines and national newspapers, but she's dreamed of being a novelist since the age of seven. She finally got her wish after winning the Marie Claire Debut Novel Award, with her first novel, The Sisters, which was followed by Local Girl Missing, Last Seen Alive, Do Not Disturb, Then She Vanishes and Just Like the Other Girls. Her latest novel, The Couple at No 9, was a Sunday Times top 3 bestseller and a Kindle number 1. She lives in Bath with her husband and two children.
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