The Last House on the Cliff by Anne Wyn Clark

Today I’m delighted to share details of another of my online reviews with My Weekly and this time it’s of the thriller The Last House on the Cliff by Anne Wyn Clark.

Published by Harper Collins’ imprint Avon on 18th August 2022, The Last House on the Cliff is available for purchase through these links.

The Last House on the Cliff

When a young widow’s little girl vanishes, could a dark family secret hold the answer?

On the death of her aunt GwynLowri returns once more to Gwyn’s home on the remote island of Anglesey, Wales, with her young daughter Ruby in tow. Lowri hadn’t seen her aunt in years, but this beautiful island offers a fresh start.

Yet right away, strange things begin to happen. Ruby insists an old woman is visiting her when no one else is watching, and a tattered old doll keeps being left for Ruby to find.

Then Ruby goes missing. Desperately seeking answers no one seems to have, Lowri looks to her dark family past for clues. But the secrets she uncovers suggest that Ruby is not the only one in danger, and time is running out – for both of them…

A terrifically dark and twisty tale that asks: can you ever really trust those closest to you? Perfect for fans of Ruth Ware, Cass Green and C.J. Tudor.

My Review of The Last House on the Cliff

My full review of The Last House on the Cliff can be found on the My Weekly website here.

However, what I can say here is that The Last House on the Cliff is steeped in lies, secrets and deception and I thoroughly enjoyed its murky, creepy atmosphere.

Do visit My Weekly to read my full review here.

About Anne Wyn Clark

Anne Wyn Clark lives in the UK, in the Midlands, with her husband, son and a feisty chinchilla. She has three (now grown-up) children and five grandchildren. She is particularly partial to Italian food, decent red wine (or any coloured wine come to that…) and cake – and has been known to over-indulge in each on occasions. She is passionate about animals and their welfare. Whilst she has enjoyed writing for many years, a love of all things gothic inspired her to try her hand at producing something dark and twisty, culminating in the haunting Whisper Cottage.

For more information, follow Anne on Twitter @EAClarkAuthor. or find her on Instagram.

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