Eight friends. Eight secrets. One killer.
A group of old friends gather in a peaceful suburban street for a dinner party.
They are expecting a fun evening of wine, food and pleasant company. But then they start to play the game…
It’s about trust and dark secrets – it tests marriage to its limits – and none of them can begin to imagine its consequences.
Because the next day, two guests are dead and the others are trapped in a nightmare…
I really enjoyed The Dinner Party, fast paced, twisty as you like, with some love to hate to love characters all up to various levels of nefarious activities.
It starts with a dinner party, a fairly innocuous event and ends with blood and horror- the story fairly rocks along as events unfold through the eyes of one of the friends. His slow burning realisation that he hardly knows anyone around him despite being so close to them for years is a perfect central anchor to the wider story
It is a bit mad but never strays into unbelievable and it is wildly entertaining with a great ending.
Overall a really good read. Recommended.