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Richard and Lelia's child is conceived in a moment of giggling chaos as they dress for a Christmas party. They arrive rudely late and still glowing, and barely register a slight, drab woman in the hall. Sylvie.
As their baby grows, so does the presence of Sylvie - she seems to be nowhere, yet everywhere, harmless yet sinister. Richard is seduced by her subtle, inexplicable charm, while Lelia, struggling with Richard's sudden ambivalence towards their baby, finds that she is haunted by painful memories. And Sylvie remains as invisible as she wants to be - that is the source of her power. Beware of mice ...
'Seductive, scary and frighteningly readable' Julie Myerson
'Horribly, grippingly pleasurable ... A classic summer page-turner' Observer
'A beautifully written and emotionally candid novel which also happens to be a page-turner' Jonathan Coe, Guardian
'Works in much the same way as an obsession ... you wish to escape, but have already become addicted' Daily Telegraph
'Be warned: there's no putting it away afterwards. It gets right under your skin' Guardian
'One of those books that you find yourself thinking about even when you are not reading it' The Times
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