The Other Daughter

Author(s): Lisa Gardner


In Texas, a man goes to the electric chair for the kidnap, torture and murder of six small children. In Boston, Massachusetts, a nine-year-old girl has been admitted to ER, unconscious and full of morphine. When she comes round, she remembers nothing about herself or her past. The girl was adopted and raised as Melanie by Dr Harper Stokes and his wife whose own daughter Meagan was tragically murdered. Twenty years later, someone is targeting the family, sending grotesque messages and gifts. And in an even more horrible twist, a journalist approaches Melanie and tells her that her birth father was the executed murderer.


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Reissued in the brilliant new cover style alongside THE SURVIVORS CLUB - new in paperback All Lisa Gardner's recent novels have been NEW YORK TIMES bestsellers THE OTHER DAUGHTER was selected for the W H Smiths Thumping Good Read THE THIRD VICTIM sold over 100,000 copies in paperback The critics on Lisa Gardner: 'A high-octane, nerve-jangling tale of suspense' Harlan Coben 'Tough, gripping and oozing suspense ... a brilliant thriller from an author who looks set to wipe the floor with the competition' CRIME ONLINE 21 'Gardner indulges her fascination with the dark side of family life ... once again Gardner serves up suspense at a furious pace' PUBLISHERS WEEKLY 'A nail-biting novel packed with tension and ... building up to a terrifying denouement' GOOD HOUSEKEEPING 'A dark, powerful tale of nerve-shattering suspense' Tami Hoag

Shortlisted for W H Smith Thumping Good Read Award 2000.

Lisa Gardner sold her first novel when she was just 20 years old. In 1993 she graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in international relations. She lives in New Hampshire.

General Fields

  • : 9780752837079
  • : orion; orion
  • : orion; orion
  • : August 2000
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Lisa Gardner
  • : Paperback
  • : 1
  • : 813.54
  • : 416