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If you have a killer living in your neighborhood the only thing you should think about is running away because you could be the next victim. The story is more in the mind rather than having any facts related to the real world of course. Henrietta the main character in the tale is the one with certain psychological issues but in Boston she seems to have a lot of control on her stupid thoughts that used to trouble her life in the past.
The things however drastically change when she meets the man living in their neighborhood who appears to be a murderer to her. The story is highly complex as we cannot predict that whether the man living next to her is really a killer or the whole novel is just the creation of her imagination and it is her bipolar nature that is tailoring the whole thing up and creating suspense for us as well.
The story becomes highly thrilling at place when a situation arises in which even when Hen is supposed to be saying the truth cannot prove herself normal and sure of the whole situation as her past medical history makes her opinion doubtful. The murder mysteries can be seen in other books of the writer like The Kind Worth Killing, Her Every Fear but this one is a new creation that is different from the rest as the murder is not happening but the fear and terror is still there.
The two narrators Sophie Amoss and Graham Halstead have played their role well as they were given a tough job of narrating a thriller that involves a psychological patient as well so there is lot of uncertainty that had to be portrayed by the narrators to make the listeners feel the writer’s point of view.