I'm looking for a book I read some time ago - probably published in the late 90s/early 00s. I can hardly remember any of it, but I will describe it as best as I can.
It was I think set in the future, on an international space station. The docking station registered that a ship had connected with the space station, although the outward cameras showed no ship.
The technician (?), a Russian woman, goes to investigate, and while she is in the airlock she screams and says that something/someone had 'phased through' the outward airlock. The rest of the team hears a strange sort of talking, and then she screams and gets cut off.
I can't remember much after that, other than the team are all sort of separated and spread out throughout the station, and get (I reckon) killed off slowly one by one, I think even involving some mind control where they were not in control of themselves and were killing each other/themselves, and they don't know who or what any of it is until the end-ish.
It was very chilling, it scared the pants off me when I first read it (must have been 16) and I had to sleep with the light on for days, lol.
The same author released several other psycho-thriller sci-fi stories after, and I remember one of them was set in Egypt. I'd really like to read them again, so I would appreciate any and all help to find out who the author is/the title of the book.
Thanks in advance!