Following a brutal attack by her ex-boyfriend, Kate Priddy makes an uncharacteristically bold move after her American cousin, Corbin Dell, suggests a temporary apartment swap – Boston for London.
But soon after her arrival Kate makes a shocking discovery: Corbin’s next-door neighbour, a young woman named Audrey Marshall, has been murdered. When the police begin asking questions about Corbin’s relationship with Audrey, and his neighbours come forward with their own suspicions, a shaken Kate has few answers, and many questions of her own.
Jetlagged and emotionally unstable, her imagination playing out her every fear, Kate can barely trust herself. so how can she trust any of the strangers she’s just met?
I loved Peter Swansons last novel so I was hugely looking forward to Her Every Fear and it did not disappoint.
I adore a good twisted plot where you are not sure how things will end up – I liked the almost claustrophobic feel of the story as Kate, getting over a trauma of her own, faces yet another in Boston but this time with no-one to help her. I read this fast, wanting to know who was doing what but the Swanson style means it is ever complex but beautifully done.
The writing is great, the story bangs along, descriptively the immersion of Kate into a different world than her own works really well. Ultimately I was not utterly surprised at the ending but once again Peter Swanson has written an intelligent, atmospheric novel with what are becoming his trade mark divisive characters.
Overall really really well done. Can’t wait to find out whats next!
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