"With a storyline that tightens like a constrictor, this is a book that you won’t want to read alone late at night."
You get in your car, drive to work, park, and go inside. An ordinary day—except, back at home, someone is chopping your wife to bits, the opening gambit in Brundage’s (<em>A Stranger Like You</em>, 2010, etc.) smart, atmospheric thriller.
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