The Guesthouse (Paperback)
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Paperback 320 Pages / Published: 09/01/2020
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Seven guests. One killer. A holiday to remember... 'Addictive and fun' Daily Mail

Not all the guests will survive their stay...

You use an app, called Cloud BNB, to book a room online. And on a cold and windy afternoon you arrive at The Guesthouse, a dramatic old building on a remote stretch of hillside in Ireland.

You are expecting a relaxing break, but you find something very different. Something unimaginable. Because a killer has lured you and six other guests here and now you can't escape.

One thing's for certain: not all of you will come back from this holiday alive...

'Addictive' Sun

'Dark, claustrophobic and full of suspense: The Guesthouse is a gripping mystery, and a fantastic debut' Alex Lake, author of Seven Days

'Creaking floorboards, secret passages, plaintive cries, howling winds - all the mystery and mayhem you need on a dark winter night' Rachel Sargeant, author of The Roommates

'Truly gripping' Sunday Express

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780008329884
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 230 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 20 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'Addictive and fun' Daily Mail

'Dark, claustrophobic and full of suspense: The Guesthouse is a gripping mystery, and a fantastic debut' Alex Lake

'Creaking floorboards, secret passages, plaintive cries, howling winds - all the mystery and mayhem you need on a dark winter night' Rachel Sargeant

'Addictive' Sun

'Truly gripping' Sunday Express

'A chilling thriller' Waitrose magazine

'Claustrophobic tension, atmospheric, an amazing finish. I loved every page of this book' Book Blog London

'Intriguing, interesting, and chilling - what more can you ask for?' The Writing Garnet

'An emotional rollercoaster' Travelling Book Junkie

'Gripping and tense' Jen Med's Book Reviews

'Everything a thriller should have: suspense, mystery, tension, good characters and a little death' Books Love Readers

'Excellent characterisation' Books by Bindu

'So well written...with vivid and and realistic characters. Worth more than five stars and very very highly recommended' Nicki's Life of Crime

'So many twists and tension reaching an explosive ending' Divine World of Books

'Adding her own unique style and intricacies to the story, Frost's dark, creepy and atmospheric work is relentlessly exciting. Dark, claustrophobic and full of suspense, this is a scintillating read.' The Courier

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“Fast paced read!”

Things are not going well with Hannah. Since the death of Ben, her fiance she has been spiralling into alcoholism, alienating friends & family. When she receives an email reminding her of a trip she had planned... More

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“The Guesthouse by Abbie Frost”

I chose to read and review a free eARC of The Guesthouse but that has in no way influenced my review.

When I first saw the cover of this book and read the blurb, I knew I had to get my hands on a copy. I was keen... More

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“A Super Début!”

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