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'A fascinating and unputdownable thriller with a devious twist' JOHN MARRS, bestselling author of What Lies Between Us
'The Stranger Next Door has all the very best ingredients for a perfect thriller! I thoroughly recommend it' SAMANTHA HAYES, author of The Happy Couple, Date Night and Single Mother
'Twisty, compelling and incredibly pacy, The Stranger Next Door will keep you on the edge of your seat from the first page to the last' PHOEBE MORGAN, author of The Doll House and The Girl Next Door
When Matt and Imogen move out of the city, they're hoping for a much-needed fresh start. Matt throws himself into his new job, but Imogen struggles to adjust to life in quiet Surrey. She's grateful for the kind welcome from new neighbour Nancy, and they soon become close friends.
So when Nancy makes a shocking accusation, Imogen doesn't know who to trust. This isn't the first time Matt has found himself on the wrong end of a false accusation. . . but is Nancy hiding secrets of her own?
As simmering tensions threaten to boil over, Imogen is in more danger than she realises. Can she uncover the truth before she loses everything?
An utterly gripping thriller with a jaw-dropping twist, perfect for anyone who loved The Family Upstairs, Here to Stay or An Unwanted Guest.
Praise for THE STRANGER NEXT DOOR
'I read it over two nights. . . it had a good twist at the end that I wasn't expecting' PATRICIA GIBNEY, author of the Detective Lottie Parker series
'I tore through this perfectly plotted tale of secrets and lies' VICTORIA SELMAN, author of Blood for Blood and Snakes and Ladders
'Loved it . . . [a] superb domestic drama that smolders the whole way through, stoked by a set of central characters who are so well imagined they really could be living next door' JAMES DELARGY, author of 55 and Vanished
'It was completely addictive! I was hooked from the unsettling prologue, and the relentless tension afterwards meant that I hardly put it down until I'd finished. . . the twist at the end was genuinely (and I don't get to say this all that often) unexpected' ELLE CROFT, author of The Guilty Wife