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On a bright January morning in the London suburbs, a family moves into the house they’ve just bought in Trinity Avenue.
Nothing strange about that. Except it is your house. And you didn’t sell it.
For better, for worse.
When Fi arrives home to find a removals van outside her house, she is completely blind-sided. Trinity Avenue has been her family’s home for years. Where are all her belongings? How could this have happened? Desperately calling her ex-husband, Bram, who owns the house with her, Fi discovers he has disappeared.
For richer, for poorer.
The more Fi uncovers, the more she realises their lives have been turned upside by a nightmare of their own making. A devastating crime has been committed, but who exactly is the guilty party? What has Bram hidden from her – and what has she hidden from him?
Till death us do part.
Praise for Louise Candlish's writing:
'My book of the year. Exquisitely written and addictively dark – sheer perfection’ CLARE MACKINTOSH
‘Unapologetically dark, deliciously descriptive and heavy with foreboding, this is a novel that redefines the term “unputdownable”’ Heat
‘A compulsive psychological thriller that will give you the shivers’ Sunday Mirror
‘Tautly plotted and claustrophobic – a psychological drama with edge’ Good Housekeeping
‘SO GOOD’ INDIA KNIGHT
‘Utterly superb’ LISA JEWELL
‘A clever, claustrophobic thriller’ The Sun
‘A tense, unsettling tale about the secrets and lies submerged beneath the smooth surface of a leafy London neighbourhood lido’ TAMMY COHEN
‘An unputdownable thriller’ Glamour
‘A clever, pacy thriller, which echoes Daphne du Maurier and Gillian Flynn, it demands to be read in one sitting’ The Express
‘Totally gripping and truly awesome’ SOPHIE HANNAH
‘Addictive… It will keep you guessing until the very end’ Stylist
‘Absorbing, perceptive and gripping’ Daily Mail
‘Brilliantly obsessive’ Red
‘Subtle, clever and sexy’ Sunday Mirror
‘Tense, twisty and completely addictive’ Good Housekeeping
‘I loved this book. I honestly didn't see the twist coming’ JOJO MOYES
‘A brilliantly told, emotionally charged tale’ DOROTHY KOOMSON
‘A master of her craft’ ROSAMUND LUPTON