#BookReview: Those People by Louise Candlish @BerkleyPub @louise_candlish

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My Review:

Ever had some dreadful neighbors? This couple just moved in and have disrupted the happy neighbors on Lowland Way…

When Darren and Jodie move in….all hell breaks lose. Can you hear the whispers….”I could kill him.” Well, of course, they didn’t mean it literally, did they?

The pages are filled with some very unlikable characters and a menacing tone. The new neighbors completely put the prior  “family-friendly” atmosphere and turned it on it’s head.

The mystery element was strong and I was super curious to find out more. The pace is steady, but the need to find out more made this one a page turner for me. I was entertained and thanking my lucky stars for normal neighbors!

I had fun guessing throughout, wondering how far some people would go, and surprised by some shockers more than once.

Sign me up for Candlish’s next novel please.

Thanks to Berkley for my review copy. Blog post closer to pub. date on June 11, 2019.

Book Description:

 

From the author of the international bestseller Our House, a new novel of twisty domestic suspense asks, “Could you hate your neighbor enough to plot to kill him?” 

Lowland Way is the suburban dream. The houses are beautiful, the neighbors get along, and the kids play together on weekends.

But when Darren and Jodie move into the house on the corner, they donʼt follow the rules. They blast music at all hours, begin an unsightly renovation, and run a used-car business from their yard. It doesn’t take long for an all-out war to start brewing.

Then, early one Saturday, a horrific death shocks the street. As police search for witnesses, accusations start flying–and everyone has something to hide

 

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