Appealing to fans of The Wife Between Us, The Girl on The Train and The Secret Mother, the novel explores family secrets and the dark side of love…
The letter is addressed to me. No stamp, swirly handwriting in black ink. I pull out a piece of paper, stiffening when I read the message. Hands trembling, the note slides to the floor: Your husband is having an affair.
Six words written in neat block letters. Six words slipped through her letterbox, destroying her marriage, exposing Ella’s perfect life as perfect lies.
But Ella has a plan: Alice is the answer to her problems. A lodger, to help keep her afloat, a friend, to keep the loneliness at bay.
Only Alice has her own reasons for wanting to live at 46 Heath Street…
If you loved The Wife Between Us, The Girl on The Train and The Secret Mother, you will be totally hooked by this twisty and gripping read about family secrets, marriage betrayal and the dark side of love.
Ahead of its publication, the novel has received brilliant reader reviews:
“Brilliant… One of 2019’s best!… Keeps you in suspense until that last page!… A splendid thrill-ride!” 5* Goodreads Reviewer
“Twisty, compelling and brilliant… The Woman at 46 Heath Street is an edge-of-your seat, twist-packed thriller with an added dash of poetic justice that had me hooked in from the very first page… captivating the reader throughout her gripping story. Well worth far more than five stars and highly recommended by little old me.” 5* Goodreads Reviewer
“A taut, fast-paced psychological thriller that pulls you in from the very first paragraph. I could not turn the pages quickly enough… An absolutely gripping novel, chock full of twists and turns, and it will keep you guessing until the final dramatic conclusion.” 5* Goodreads Reviewer
“Fantastic… You have to read this brilliant, twisty, unpredictable thriller which will keep you guessing till the very end.” 5* Goodreads Reviewer
Lesley’s debut novel, The Orchid Girls was shortlisted for the Lucy Cavendish Prize 2017.
Lesley Sanderson graduated from the Curtis Brown Creative six-month novel writing course in March 2016 before her debut novel, The Orchid Girls, was shortlisted for the Lucy Cavendish Prize in 2017. She works as a secondary school librarian in King’s Cross, after studying French & Theatre Studies at Warwick University.