Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson
The danger isn't all in your head...
Growing up, Kate Priddy was always a bit neurotic. When Corbin Dell, a distant cousin in Boston, suggests the two temporarily swap apartments, Kate, an art student in London, agrees. But soon after her arrival at Corbin’s grand apartment on Beacon Hill, Kate makes a shocking discovery: his next-door neighbor, a young woman named Audrey Marshall, has been murdered.
The danger Kate imagines isn’t nearly as twisted and deadly as what’s about to happen. When her every fear becomes very real.
And much, much closer than she thinks.
Here's what #HCCFirstLook readers thought!
"An engaging book right from the first line itself - it traverses between a whodunnit and a psychological thriller of sorts and it is the perfect book to get engrossed in" - Mithila K.
"It is intriguing and well-written, and I didn't put it down at all. It is still a book that I would recommend to anyone seeking out a good mystery." - Violet W.
"It jostled me like laundry in a wash machine, flipped me like pancakes. I won't spoil the way it unfolds, but I will say that I thoroughly enjoyed the way new plot additions were unveiled through voice choice up until the very end of the book." - Colin H.
"To anyone looking for a novel that is engaging yet also has you keeping the lights on, I’d highly recommend this fast-paced tale of murder and intrigue! " - Cassey S.
"I will admit, Sanders, the building cat, added nice relief and a good plot point" - Kristina K.
"The twists and turns are enough to have you plow right through till the end of the book for mainly one reason - to check if who you suspect is actually the killer and lay your mind to rest!" - Mithila K.
"The novel introduces several main characters that keeps you turning page after page to navigate through their worlds of fear & hurt, truth & paranoia." - Colleen H.