Saturday, February 4, 2017

Her Every Fear By Peter Swanson

Kate Priddy is trying to live a normal life after her boyfriend held her hostage. When her cousin, Corbin, emails about doing an apartment swap Kate decides it is time. For six months Kate will live in Boston and Corbin will live in London. On Kate's first night her next door neighbor, Audrey, seems to be missing. By the next morning, it is confirmed that Audrey is dead.

Soon the police are questioning everyone and want to search Kate's apartment. Kate goes along and is wondering if Corbin has something to do with it. Kate goes about her life and meets her other neighbors including, Alan, who she finds out was obsessed with Audrey. She also meets Jack, who claims to be an ex-boyfriend of Audrey's and was worried about her every since Audrey started seeing Corbin.

Now Kate isn't sure if her cousin is innocent or not. And she doesn't know who to trust. She just wants a normal life but it isn't meant to be. Because the killer is watching her.

I loved this book. It was suspenseful and the characters were really interesting. It reminded me of Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window, which is a favorite movie of mine. This is one to read. Now I am excited to read his other books, The Kind Worth Killing and The Girl With a Clock For a Heart.

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