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Our House On A Bright January Morning In The London Suburbs, A Family Moves Into The House They Ve Just Bought In Trinity Avenue Nothing Strange About That Except It Is Your House And You Didn T Sell It When Fiona Lawson Comes Home To Find Strangers Moving Into Her House, She S Sure There S Been A Mistake She And Her Estranged Husband, Bram, Have A Modern Co Parenting Arrangement Bird S Nest Custody, Where Each Parent Spends A Few Nights A Week With Their Two Sons At The Prized Family Home To Maintain Stability For Their Children But The System Built To Protect Their Family Ends Up Putting Them In Terrible Jeopardy In A Domino Effect Of Crimes And Misdemeanors, The Nest Comes Tumbling Down.Now Bram Has Disappeared And So Have Fiona S Children As Events Spiral Well Beyond Her Control, Fiona Will Discover Just How Many Lies Her Husband Was Weaving And How Little They Truly Knew Each Other But Bram S Not The Only One With Things To Hide, And Some Secrets Are Best Kept To Oneself, Safe As Houses.



10 thoughts on “Our House

  1. says:

    4.5 STARS Fiona Fi Lawson lives in a very desirable London suburb, and she always gets a warm tingly feeling when she enters her street However, on this particular beautiful winter s day she spots a removal van outside her house but it can t possibly be her house, the house a few doors down has been on the market, it must be that one As she reaches her house, the realisation


  2. says:

    FAB U LOUS I absolutely LOVED our house by Louise Candlish I couldn t put it down, couldn t stop thinking about it it was truly addictive, compelling and hypnotic It was by far the best psychological thriller I ve read for quite a while and I expect it to do extremely well in the bestsellers chart A family moves into the house they ve just bought in Trinity Avenue Nothing strange


  3. says:

    I m going to keep this one short and sweet, because I ve found I don t have much to say that hasn t been said already This wasn t a bad read the cover is inviting, the premise is brilliant, and there was even a nice twist thrown in, so I did enjoy this overall My main issue was that the middle portion of the story felt bogged down It could just be that I was in a funk when I picked t


  4. says:

    Fiona Lawson comes home to discover that there are other people moving into her home, taken aback she confronts the people moving in When they insist that they have bought the house and now legally own it Fiona tries to get in contact with her husband Bram Though Bram and Fiona are separated they have been maintaining a custody arrangement that allows one of them to stay with the childre


  5. says:

    Property is organized robbery George Bernard Shaw Fiona Lawson eyes a moving van parked in the street in front of her upscale home Shockingly, she watches a sofa being carried into her own house with many additional pieces being transported like a strange furniture caravan This can t be happening She enters into her once familiar surroundings only to find strangers staring back at her Arguin


  6. says:

    3.75 Stars rounded up Imagine walking down your street to find someone else moving into your home The problem You haven t put it on the market Yeah, that has just happened to Fiona Lawson Fiona s terrifying discovery gets even worse when she tries and fails to get a hold of her estranged husband, Bram, only to find that his phone has been shut off and that he s MIA What on earth is going on here


  7. says:

    Man, I wanted to love this bookI was hooked after the first chapter, and I could feel the tension jumping off the page.I thought it was a brilliant premise Fiona pulls up to her house to find a moving van parked out front and strangers moving in Just the thought of that is enough to make my heart race Fiona will tell her story through a crime podcast and her husband, Bram tells his side through a ty


  8. says:

    I had so many mixed feelings about this book and they changed as the book went on Here s how I felt I loved the premise, coming home to find someone else already moved into your house Not very believable but I was good with it Speaking with the people who are moving in and then eventually realizing it wasn t just a mix up No spoilers here.This is at least the second book that I ve read where parts were


  9. says:

    Our House by Louise Candlish is a novel of domestic suspense that is told in a rather creative way The point of view in the story switches back and forth between the couple in question, Fiona and Abraham or Fi and Bram as they arecommonly known This is done by Fi telling her side as a podcast complete with comments from the peanut gallery as I liked to refer to them or better known as the random internet vi


  10. says:

    I REALLY wanted to love this one because let s just talk about THAT cover OH my goodness in love with it What a fantastic premise to this story Fiona arrives home and finds a moving truck and strangers moving into her home YIKES talk about anxiety attack 101 lol.So, unfortunately this thriller fell extremely flat for me UGH man I thought I was drowning half way through towards the end I had to skim and skim I w


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