Throwback Thursday: The Girl on the Stairs by Louise Welsh

Today I’m looking back at my post on The Girl on the Stairs by Louise Welsh, a dark, psychological thriller, full of atmosphere and claustrophobic tension. I first reviewed it on August 29, 2012.

My review begins:

The Girl on the Stairs is Louise Welsh’s latest book. It’s a book that once I started reading it I just had to finish it. It’s full of suspense and increasing tension as Jane moves to an apartment in Berlin to join her partner, Petra. Everything is new to her, she only speaks a little German, she doesn’t know the area and has no friends there. And she’s pregnant.

Click here to read my full review


5 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday: The Girl on the Stairs by Louise Welsh

  1. This is a great choice, Margaret. So many factors (new place, claustrophobic building, sense of loneliness) combine to add suspense to this book. It’s one of those books that has a way of staying with a person, I think.

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