In 1983, a family of four was murdered in their 19th century Queen Anne manse. There were no witnesses, no real investigation, and no survivors.
Over 30 years later, the house is suddenly back on the market. Ready to settle down, a young married couple moves from New York City to their dream home in the quiet town of Highlands, North Carolina. However, as past secrets come to light and unpredictable strangers violate their privacy, the couple's hope for a fresh start twists into the fuel for their darkest nightmares.
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Poorly written with awful narration
I rarely leave a book unfinished, but after 4 attempts to get through this, it was just too awful. The closest comparison I can draw is saying it's like listening to high school freshmen being forced to read their creative writing assignments out loud.
- rhonda self
Pros and cons
I listened to this book on audible instead of reading in book formation, as I often do. While I enjoyed the story line and its unique twist, I had an issue with the narrator. She was able to capture the various women's voices and accents, making each sound different and believable. But her various men's voices sounded all the same, monotone and nasally; grating on my nerves. I almost stop listening several times because they sounded so 'non believable' and irritating.
The books...good story line