REVIEW OF ‘THE GIRL NEXT DOOR’ BY PHOEBE MORGAN
Published by Harpercollins HQ 21st February 2019
One little lie just became deadly…
Perfect mother. Perfect wife. Jane Goodwin has spent years building her picture-perfect life in the quiet town of Ashdon.
So when the girl next door, sixteen-year-old Clare Edwards, is found murdered, Jane knows she must first protect her family.
Every marriage has a few white lies and hers is no exception. Jane’s worked hard to cover up her dark secret from all those years ago – and she’ll do anything to keep it hidden…
5 stars *****
THE GIRL NEXT DOOR was my chosen holiday read; I certainly made the right call!
The premise pulled me in right away; Jane and her apparently perfect life in a quiet town. But all is not what it seems …
Once I began reading, the strong writing and vivid, well-developed characters got me quickly invested in the story. In addition, the twisty, clever plotting kept me turning the pages until way past bedtime.
I raced through, finding this a pacy and gripping book, with a chilling conclusion that I did not anticipate!
Highly recommended for fans of well-written, pacy psychological thrillers.