Book review: The Family Next Door | Fiona Cummins



BOOK: The Family Next Door

AUTHOR: Fiona Cummins


Stars: ⭐⭐⭐ 

Available on Amazon.

This book got me going in all kinds of ways. But hear me out…. I was SUPER confused at the beginning of this book. There are a ton of characters and the narrators jumped around. BUT the ending payoff was definitely there and it was the kind of book that made me want to re-read the beginning to see how it changed knowing what I know. 


As always, you can check out my video review above for more information on how I felt. I do recommend this books if you like thrillers, especially ones with a lot of moving parts!

Short Synopsis (abbreviate from Goodreads):

If not for the bodies discovered in the woods behind their new home, Garrick and Olivia Lockwood couldn't have afforded to buy number 25 The Avenue. It's the fresh start they and their two children badly need. Soon, these terrible crimes will be solved, they tell themselves, and once Garrick has remodeled, he's confident they'll sell the house for a profit.

But the darkest secrets can reside on quiet, ordinary streets like this--behind the doors of

well-kept houses and neighbors' friendly faces. Secrets that can destroy a family, or savagely end a life, and will surface just when they're least expected . . .


I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Received from Netgalley.

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