What do you do when your dream home becomes your worst nightmare? The gripping new novel and Sunday Times bestseller from Lesley Pearse
'A riveting page-turner' Woman's Weekly
'Sensational storytelling' My Weekly
In Willow Close, everyone is a suspect . . .
Nina and Conrad thought they'd discovered their dream home.
But on the day they move in, a body is found - the victim attacked and killed in the woods.
As police interview witnesses, they soon discover each resident hiding their own secrets. Because few in the Close are exactly who they seem . . .
Nina and Conrad thought they'd found their dream home.
Now, it might just be their worst nightmare . . .
Praise for Lesley Pearse
'Storytelling at its very best' Daily Mail
'Evocative, compelling, told from the heart' Sunday Express
'Glorious, heartwarming' Woman & Home
'Intriguing, heart-tugging, beautifully written' Closer
Such A Disappointment!
I’ve been a huge fan of Lesley Pearse as far back as I can remember. I’ve always bought her books as soon as they come out. Suspects was no different, I was so excited to read it.
Unfortunately the book isn’t good at all. Brief, stereotyped 2D characters, none of whom we properly get to know, a drab plot with no twists and turns or suspense and worst of all, some absolutely full on fat shaming. Really unpleasant and totally tone deaf in this day and age. Has Lesley Pearse lost her touch? I hope to goodness this was just a blip. I feel let down by this book and my favourite author.