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Publisher Description

THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

One of . . . 
Parade’s “Most Anticipated Books of Summer 2019" • PureWow’s “The Best Beach Reads of Summer 2019” • BookBub’s “Books That Will Make the Perfect Addition to Your Beach Bag This Summer”

The next heart-pounding thriller from New York Times bestselling author Riley Sager follows a young woman whose new job apartment sitting in one of New York’s oldest and most glamorous buildings may cost more than it pays


No visitors. No nights spent away from the apartment. No disturbing the other residents, all of whom are rich or famous or both. These are the only rules for Jules Larsen’s new job as an apartment sitter at the Bartholomew, one of Manhattan's most high-profile and mysterious buildings. Recently heartbroken and just plain broke, Jules is taken in by the splendor of her surroundings and accepts the terms, ready to leave her past life behind.

As she gets to know the residents and staff of the Bartholomew, Jules finds herself drawn to fellow apartment sitter Ingrid, who comfortingly reminds her of the sister she lost eight years ago. When Ingrid confides that the Bartholomew is not what it seems and the dark history hidden beneath its gleaming facade is starting to frighten her, Jules brushes it off as a harmless ghost story . . . until the next day, when Ingrid disappears.

Searching for the truth about Ingrid’s disappearance, Jules digs deeper into the Bartholomew's sordid past and into the secrets kept within its walls. What she discovers pits Jules against the clock as she races to unmask a killer, expose the building’s hidden past, and escape the Bartholomew before her temporary status becomes permanent.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
NARRATOR
DM
Dylan Moore
LENGTH
10:26
hr min
RELEASED
2019
July 2
PUBLISHER
Penguin Audio
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
317
MB

Customer Reviews

Bookclub and Bagels ,

Waste of Money

This book was so bad I almost didn’t finish it. The author is terrible, it reads like it’s someone’s first attempt at writing a book. Cliche, predictable, overly flowery word choice, has the characters make decisions no actual person would make just to further the already tired plot. Not one word is believable, and they don’t build enough backstory or relationships between characters to justify that they’re risking their lives for each other. The whole thing makes no sense.

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