mystery · suspense · thriller

The House Share – Kate Helm ★★★★

Blurb; Seven housemates. Seven lies. Would you join . . . The House Share?

Immi thought she had found the perfect new home in central London: a shared warehouse with luxury accommodation, a rooftop terrace and daily yoga, all with a surprisingly affordable price tag. The Dye Factory is a ‘co-living’ community, designed to combat the loneliness of big city life.

But soon after she moves into her new haven, Immi realises that it’s not quite as idyllic as it appears. No one seems to know who is behind this multi-million pound urban experiment. And her housemates may be hiding a dangerous secret . . .

Then, as a series of pranks escalates into something much darker, Immi is left questioning whether, in this group of strangers, she can ever really be safe.

And when you’re sharing a house, you can’t always lock the danger out.

My Review; I picked this one up because it was a £2 bargain off amazon and I devoured it. Just my type of book a mixture of thriller and mystery. What is going on in this house share? It certainly isn’t the supporting, friendly and safe community they have made out they are.

Seven house mates all with their own secrets and hidden pasts. Things gets dark quickly in this story with a few deaths. It’s a trust noone, suspect everyone story. It’s a Tense, high alert and edge of your seat read. I will admit I didn’t figure it out at all. I kept changing my mind on who it was doing all these twisted, messed up things. Brilliant read. Huge twist. Messes with your mind a little.

Rollercoaster of a read for me it was here, there, up and down. I never made my mind up. Very clever. Gripping. A well deserved four stars from me. Highly recommend.

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