How well do you know your neighbour?
Would you trust them with your life?
I heard Emily before I saw her. The harsh smack of heels against cheap wooden floorboards. The loud phone calls. The incessant music.
I knew Emily before I met her. Discarded receipts in our communal hallway. Sticky leftovers in the shared food waste bin. Wine shop vouchers in the letterbox.
Now she’s gone missing, and I’m the only one who can find her. The only one who can save her.
Because I know her best, and I heard everything.
This was a very good spine tingling thriller that I read in a day as I didn’t want to put it down. It is all about neighbours and how well do you really know them. But living in close proximity maybe you know more about your neighbours than they might think. I found this book creepy and eerie but it made me want to read on, when you think you know someone so well but never really spoke to them, the neighbour from next door, you know their movements and what they do in the evenings when they are at home. What do you do when they go missing? can she work out the missing pieces and find Emily before it is too late? be suspicious of everyone because you don’t know what they know about you.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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