Book reviews, Psychlogical thriller

Enemy At The Window by A.J. Waines – Book Review

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PUBLISHERS BLURB

Someone knows what you did… and they’re watching you…

Daniel is living the dream with a devoted wife, perfect job and adorable toddler. Until, out of the blue, his wife accuses him of having an affair and stabs him in a frenzied attack with a kitchen knife. As his wife is sectioned in a psychiatric ward, Daniel returns home from intensive care to find his precious world is inexorably falling apart:

Who is prowling around his house?

Why is someone sending threatening postcards?

And who is his son talking to in the dead of night?

As Daniel attempts to put his life back together, a merciless force just out of reach is unravelling it, bit by bit, until Daniel is plunged into his worst nightmare.

Enemy at the Window is an utterly gripping psychological suspense thriller, full of secrets, lies and betrayal, leading to a heart-stopping conclusion. It will appeal to fans of authors such as C.L. Taylor, Mark Edwards and Sabine Durrant.

 

MY REVIEW

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Where do I start? When the publishers say this is gripping, they’re not kidding!

Sophie stabbed her husband Daniel, of that there is no doubt……but why?

She had seen a love letter hidden in his jacket pocket, seen photos of him with another woman, but these had gone when she later looked for them…….is she paranoid or is he hiding his tracks?

Sophie is sectioned due to her state of mind, Daniel was in hospital for a while but is now home with their young son Ben…, but then things are being moved in the house and he hears Ben talking to someone, but when he checks, no one’s there…..just what is going on?

Rick, Daniel’s old friend is there to try and get him to socialise a little, to relax after the recent events…….but his life starts to fall apart little by little…….! Who is the victim here?

This is one of the most intense thrillers I’ve read. Full of lies, secrets, fear and betrayal and is totally compelling from its start to it’s astounding end. Absolutely stunning and I loved it….

Thank you to Bloodhound Books for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour and for the promotional materials and a free copy of the ebook.  This is my honest, unbiased review.

 

You can buy a copy here ( and it’s ONLY 99p for Kindle at the moment)

https://amzn.to/2ITuT6W

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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AJ Waines is a number one international bestselling author, topping the entire UK and Australian Kindle Charts in two consecutive years, with Girl on a Train. Following fifteen years as a psychotherapist, the author has sold nearly half a million copies of her books, with publishing deals in UK, France, Germany, Norway, Hungary, Czech Republic and Canada.

Her fourth psychological thriller, No Longer Safe, sold over 30,000 copies in the first month, in thirteen countries. AJ Waines has been featured in The Wall Street Journal and The Times and has been ranked a Top 10 UK author on Amazon KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing).

She lives in Hampshire, UK, with her husband. Find her books here and visit her website and blog, or join her on Twitter, Facebook or on her Newsletter.

 

Links

 

AJ Waines – Social Media Links:

 

All Books: ​http://viewauthor.at/AJWaines

Website ​www.ajwaines.co.uk

 

Newsletter ​http://eepurl.com/bamGuL

 

Blog: ​​www.awaines.blogspot.co.uk

 

Facebook: ​www.facebook.com/AJWaines  

 

Twitter:​www.twitter.com/AJWaines  

 

Goodreads:​ http://www.goodreads.com/AJWaines  

 

Instagram: ​www.instagram.com/ajwaines

 

Bookbub: ​www.bookbub.com/authors/a-j-waines

    

 

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