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The Neighbour by Gemma Rogers

A Compelling Read

The Neighbour by Gemma Rogers was a compulsive contemporary psychological suspense that gripped me from the start.

A cul de sac of six houses should be the ideal place to live – but no one expected the neighbour. Fresh from one nightmare situation and dropped into another. Can you guess what goes on behind closed doors?

We see the protective love of a mother for her daughter. They share a beautiful bond which extends to their little dog.

Other daughters, in contrast, have a more warped relationship with their mother.

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The Neighbour by Fiona Cummins

Creepy And Cleverly Constructed

The Neighbour by Fiona Cummins is a marvellous contemporary murder suspense that will have you glued as you try to guess the perpetrator.

The story has a complex plotline littered with many red herrings along the way. I suspected many but totally failed to guess the perpetrator. As the novel drew towards its conclusion, I read with heart in my mouth as the suspense and tension rose.

We ‘hear’ the voice of the murderer down the years and throughout as Fiona Cummins teases us with snippets of information.

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