A Stranger In The House opening line: She doesn’t belong here.
Karen Krupp has no idea what happened the night she drove her car into a pole. But what she does know is that the police might figure out more than she bargained for. Will her husband Tom stand by her? And how much should she trust her best friend Brigid?
A Stranger In The House
Your home still isn’t the safe place it should be, in the electrifying new thriller from Shari Lapena, author of the Sunday Times bestseller, The Couple Next Door.
Why would you run scared from a happy home? You’re waiting for your beloved husband to get home work. You’re making dinner, looking forward to hearing about his day. That’s the last thing you remember.
You wake up in hospital, with no idea how you got there. They tell you that you were in an accident; you lost control of your car whilst driving in a dangerous part of town. The police suspect you were up to no good. But your husband refuses to believe it. Your best friend isn’t so sure. And even you don’t know what to believe…
Having read Shari Lapena’s first novel I knew what to expect from her writing. This novel offered twists you would not expect and some you might have guessed. A well written book worth adding to your reading list.
Dave and I are overseas in the United Kingdom. We will be back at work on the 23rd of October. I will start replying to comments then. I won’t be able to read any blogs while we are away so please forgive my lack of visiting back. You can follow our trip by taking a look at our holiday blog.
Inspiration published on Lavender and Lime October 22:
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- 2015 – Flat Bread
- 2014 – Tomate Et Chocolat, Nevers
- 2013 – Lemongrass Custard Pots
- 2012 – Chocolate Stout Cake
- 2011 – Ingredient Challenge: Cream And Nam Pla (Fish Sauce)
- 2010 – Friday’s Food Quiz Number 38
6 thoughts on “A Stranger In The House, Shari Lapena”
Sounds like a great thriller, something that might keep one up at nights;) Great review Tandy!
It had a good twist at the end!
A most interesting sounding book, Tandy. I think I will enjoy this one.
I enjoyed the read.
Ooohhh this sounds good! You had me at the title. Love these kinds of books.