One of Us is Lying meets This Lie Will Kill
You but with a chilling supernatural twist that will keep
you guessing until the very end . . .
'Chilling, funny and gripping' Emily
Barr, author of The Truth and Lies of Ella Black
'A supernatural terror-fest!' Kat Ellis,
author of Harrow Lake
'Point Horror for a new generation'
Kathryn Foxfield, author of Good Girls Die First
Young, brunette women are being attacked in London.
16-year-old, Irish-born Niamh has just arrived for a summer of
freedom, and quickly discovers that the girls being attacked look
frighteningly similar to her.
But Niamh is determined not to let her fear destroy her Summer.
But can her new friends be trusted?
Will she be able to stay ahead of the attacker?
Or will she be next?
Packed with voice-driven whodunit storytelling, and a retro slasher-movie
feel reminiscent of cult classics Scream and
Urban Legend, this dark, pacy, and irresistibly-creepy
debut really has something for everybody!
'Last One to Die is by turns chilling, funny and gripping. I
rooted for Niamh all the way through, as she navigated her way through
horror after horror. As well as a terrifying plot masterfully
told, this book has nuanced, tender relationships between characters,
and is particularly good on female friendship. I loved (and
was totally fooled by) the red herrings along the way, and the
final twist made me want to go back to the beginning and read it
all over again.' Emily Barr, author of The Truth and
Lies of Ella Black
'Point Horror for a new generation . . . best read under
the covers in one sitting.' Kathryn Foxfield, author of
Good Girls Die First
'A supernatural terror-fest! Murphy takes you on a terrifying
murder spree across London, relentlessly building the tension to
a blood-curdling climax. I absolutely devoured it!' Kat
Ellis, author of Harrow Lake