For fans of The Family Across the Street by Nicole Trope and The Cottage by Lisa Stone, The Neighbour by Fiona Cummins is a twisting thriller about a quiet neighbourhood that's hiding a deadly secret.
'Creepy as hell and kept me guessing to the very end' - Ian Rankin
A new home. A new start.
It’s all the Lockwoods want.
And on The Avenue, a leafy street in an Essex town near the sea, it seems possible.
But what if what they want isn’t what they get?
On their moving-in day they arrive to a media frenzy.
A serial killer has struck in the woods behind The Avenue.
The police are investigating.
And the neighbours quite clearly have secrets.
With their dream quickly turning into a nightmare, the Lockwoods are watching everyone.
But who’s watching them?
Praise for Fiona Cummins:
'Trust me - Cummins is a keeper' - Lee Child
'Head and shoulders above the rest' - Val McDermid
'A crime novel of the very first order' - David Baldacci
Dark, intriguing and gripping' - Laura Marshall
'What a storyteller' - Caz Frear
'A nightmarishly addictive read' - CJ Tudor
'Enthralled from beginning to end as each page drips with threat and menace' - Liz Nugent