From the number one bestselling author of The Family Upstairs
You're not the only one watching. . . The gripping psychological suspense from the number one bestselling author of Then She Was Gone and The Family Upstairs.
'I inhaled it in one sitting' Sarah Pinborough
'I was totally gripped by this excellent psychological thriller' Marian Keyes
'Page one intrigued me. Page three hooked me. By page five, I was consumed' A.J. Finn
You're back home after four years working abroad, new husband in tow.
You're keen to find a place of your own. But for now you're crashing in your big brother's spare room.
That's when you meet the man next door.
He's the head teacher at the local school. Twice your age. Extraordinarily attractive. You find yourself watching him.
All the time.
But you never dreamed that your innocent crush might become a deadly obsession.
Or that someone is watching you.
Reader's can't get enough of Watching You . . .
***** 'Intelligent, suspenseful, and shocking-my first experience reading the incredible Lisa Jewell blew my mind!!!'
***** 'Entrancing, irresistible and compelling!'
***** 'A creepy compulsive character driven thriller that will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up!'
***** 'I really really enjoyed this book. Amazing.'
***** 'Omg, Lisa Jewell has totally blown me away again.'
In the prologue of this crafty conundrum from bestseller Jewell (Then She Was Gone), a dead body lies on the kitchen floor of the Fitzwilliam family's Victorian house in a posh neighborhood of Bristol, England. The author smoothly juggles multiple story lines some dating back 20 years centering on paterfamilias Tom Fitzwilliam. For some reason, the now middle-aged, nationally honored schoolmaster seems to effortlessly bewitch women and girls alike, among them his slavishly solicitous wife, Nicola; increasingly paranoid stalker Frances Tripp, the mother of one of his students, 15-year-old Jenna; and Jenna's best friend, Bess Ridley, who has a schoolgirl crush on him. While all the people watching Tom facilitate the serpentine plot, they're also the novel's weakest link, since their respective obsessions remains baffling and at times border on the tedious. That said, prepare to be blindsided by the murder victim's identity, not revealed until late in the game and an even more stunning final surprise. Jewell does a masterly job of maintaining suspense.)
Loved every page of this book! Lisa Jewell never fails to write amazing books
One of the best
One of the best of Lisa’s books.
A terrific book. Could not put down and enjoyed every word.
Highly recommend as a great read during Autumn nights