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Review: You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott

Katie and Eric’s daughter, Devon Knox, is a gymnastic prodigy. Their lives revolve around Devon; her schooling, training, and competing, until a shocking death rocks the small community. As rumours and violence begin to surface, Katie begins to question how well she knows those around her – including her enigmatic and determined daughter.

Review: Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey

Ageing grandmother Maud is beginning to lose her memory. One thing that she’s certain of, however, is that Elizabeth is missing. The mysterious disappearance of Elizabeth brings back memories of another disappearance; that of her sister, Sukey. Can Maud’s memory unlock the answer to Sukey’s disappearance?

Review: The Grownup by Gillian Flynn

A young woman making her living scamming customers as a psychic meets the perfect new client. Susan Burke has just moved into a Victorian house with her husband, son, and step-son, and she’s pretty sure it’s haunted. Seeing a new business opportunity, the psychic offers to cleanse Susan’s house of its ghosts. However when she first steps in the house, the psychic begins to think Susan isn’t so crazy after all.

Review: The Family Next Door by Sally Hepworth

Pleasant Court is for perfect families, so residents are shocked to meet their new neighbour. Why would a single, childless woman move into a street full of married couples with kids? Why would she rent an expensive four-bedroom home, and why is she so interested in her neighbours and their children? 

Like many real-world neighbourhoods, Pleasant Court seems like a perfectly pleasant place… until you push back the curtains.