That Woman

By Helen Monks Takhar

**Helen Monks Takhar’s latest psychological thriller, Such A Good Mother, is available to pre-order now**


‘Oh my gosh, this book! Where do I start! If you like a thriller, you’ll love this Single White Female thrillfest. The suspense keeps you hooked right until the last page!’ Goodreads reviewer, 5*****


There’s a new girl at work.

Young, beautiful, confident, she’s everything you used to be. You’re flattered when she befriends you.

So when your boss starts giving her your work, at first you think it’s a mistake.

But then, one Sunday, the new girl turns up in your local pub. The next week, she starts dressing like you…

Now she’s taking control of everything. Because she doesn’t just want your job – she wants your life…

‘A truly creepy tale of jealousy and obsession.’ Woman & Home

‘A hypnotic dance of gaslighting and revenge.’ People

‘Guaranteed to start the mother of all office fights.’ I News

*A previous version of this novel was published with the title Precious You.*

Your favourite authors can’t stop talking about That Woman:

‘Dark, disturbing, compulsive. I was genuinely terrified reading this.’ Adele Parks

‘An intergenerational clash between two women, played out to a shocking finale. Nail-biting.’ Harriet Tyce

‘Creepy and unnerving… a breathtaking debut.’ Samantha Downing

‘A deliciously dark, addictive and twisted page-turner.’ Alice Feeney

‘What a debut! Twisty, explosive, and hugely compelling, with hints of Gone Girl.’ Will Dean

‘Twisted, dark and shocking. Absolutely terrific.’ Jo Spain

‘Will change the way you look at your colleagues forever.’ Phoebe Morgan

‘Supremely twisted and completely riveting’ Katie Lowe

Format: ebook
Release Date: 11 Jun 2020
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-834016-2
Helen Monks Takhar has been working as a journalist, copyeditor and magazine editor since 1999, having graduated from Cambridge. She began her career in financial trade newspapers before writing for national newspapers including The Times, The Observer and The Daily Telegraph.Originally from Southport, Merseyside, she lives in Stoke Newington with her husband and two young children.

”'You may be reminded of Villanelle by Lily, the possibly psychopathic young anti-heroine of Helen Monks Takhar’s enthralling workplace thriller.” - The Sunday Times

”'Chilling and addictive” - Woman & Home

”'Gossip Girl meets Single White Female.” - Northern Soul

”'A compelling debut… Fans of Killing Eve will love the cat-and-mouse element. Gripping throughout, a highly addictive read.” - Heat

”'Packed with toxic rivalry, obsession, deceit and explosive twists!” - My Weekly

”'Dark and totally gripping.” - Bella

”'Clever, truly creepy and uniquely modern tale.” - Woman’s Own

”'We were hooked from the first page - a brilliant and dark story.” - Closer

”'A modern tale of jealousy and paranoia…tightly plotted and gripping…will keep you hooked.” - Woman’s Weekly

”'A taut, sharply written thriller about two women and their toxic obsession with one another. Sexy, scary and satirical, [it’s] a cat-and-mouse tale on steroids.” - The Bookseller