Just outside the city - any city, every city - is a grand, spacious but affordable apartment building called The Beresford.
There’s a routine at The Beresford. For Mrs May, every day’s the same - a cup of cold, black coffee in the morning, pruning roses, checking on her tenants, wine, prayer and an afternoon nap. She never leaves the building.
Abe Schwartz also lives at The Beresford. His housemate, Sythe, no longer does. Because Abe just killed him. In exactly 60 seconds, Blair Conroy will ring the doorbell to her new home and Abe will answer the door. They will become friends. Perhaps lovers. And, when the time comes for one of them to die, as is always the case at The Beresford, there will be 60 seconds to move the body before the next unknowing soul arrives at the door.
Because nothing changes at The Beresford, until the doorbell rings....
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- Mark D
wasn't what I was expecting
If I knew what this was going to be about I definitely would of passed. I don't go for stories that are heavily religious, violent, gross ect. I knew where it was going during the first chapter. Not giving a "spoiler" but it goes right in to dissolving and disposing of bodies and unneeded references to eating people. This is why I don't usually preorder books with vague descriptions. If gore and very disturbing casual violence are you're thing, than you'll probably enjoy this mess.
Aside from the subject matter it's surprisingly well written. I'm not a prude or anything but overall way too much for me.
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