Review of ‘Our House’ by Louise Candlish

Stevie Turner with a review of Our House by Louise Candlish.. They say you have to grab the reader on the first page, and Candlish does this rather well. Her character Fiona Lawson returns home after a few days away, walks along the road towards her house, but then wonders whether her eyes are playing tricks when she sees somebody moving into her house. However, it’s no trick; new people are unpacking, and all her furniture and also her husband Bram have disappeared. Head over and read the rest of the post..

Stevie Turner

The ‘Zon in its wisdom has stopped me from leaving any Amazon reviews, but hey, I can still write reviews on my WordPress blog and Goodreads (currently trying to sort out why they think I’ve been a naughty girl):

Anyway – on with the show.  I’ve just finished reading an awesome book.  It’s a traditionally published book called ‘Our House’, and the author is Louise Candlish.

They say you have to grab the reader on the first page, and Candlish does this rather well.  Her character Fiona Lawson returns home after a few days away, walks along the road towards her house, but then wonders whether her eyes are playing tricks when she sees somebody moving into her house.  However, it’s no trick; new people are unpacking, and all her furniture and also her husband Bram have disappeared.

We learn how this has come about during the rest of the…

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