Come home.' Vera's mother called and Vera obeyed. In spite of their long estrangement, in spite of the memories - she's come back to the home of a serial killer. Back to face the love she had for her father and the bodies he buried there, beneath the house he'd built for his family.
Coming home is hard enough for Vera, and to make things worse, she and her mother aren't alone. A parasitic artist has moved into the guest house out back and is slowly stripping Vera's childhood for spare parts. He insists that he isn't the one leaving notes around the house in her father's handwriting . . . but who else could it possibly be?
There are secrets yet undiscovered in the foundations of the notorious Crowder House. Vera must face them and find out for herself just how deep the rot goes.
READERS LOVE JUST LIKE HOME:
'If you are a fan of Stephen King, then this book will be the one for you'
'Along with an engaging plot, the writing is compelling and beautiful. This is a book that I feel will stick with me for a long time to come'
'A creepy and dark read and definitely not what I was expecting. I could not put this book down and finally turned the last page in the wee hours'
'I was actually terrified while reading it, and the emotion lingered long after I finished it. It kept me up all night'
'A slow burn thriller with an unnerving protagonist and an atmospheric setting? Yes, please!'
'It was dark, creepy and haunting and made me sleep with a light on'
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'An edge-of-your-seat tale . . . a unique, thrilling adventure, with truly unexpected twists and turns the whole way through' Independent
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|Title:||Just Like Home|
|Publisher:||Hodder & Stoughton|
|Number Of Pages:||352|