About the book:-
It’s a beautiful place to live. Or die.
June is very happy in her home. It’s where she raised her two kids – now college age – and every room is filled with memories, some beautiful, some painful. She loves the garden she has worked so hard to create. She likes her neighbours in this pleasant, leafy suburb.
But lately, something has changed.
There’s the new guy across the street. He seems rough, possibly criminal. And he’s been taking a definite interest in June’s rebellious daughter, Cathy.
And there’s June’s son, Sam. He’s always been open and friendly but recently he’s been sullen and secretive.
Even more disturbing, June’s cheating ex-husband suddenly seems to be everywhere. It’s almost as if he’s stalking her.
Then, when someone she knows is murdered, June begins to understand that all these different things are connected. And as she investigates further, she realises that she herself is in terrible danger.
Because someone out there wants June gone. Permanently.
I know that the phrases page turner, unputdownable are very overused but in relation to this book they just describe how I felt. Normally a Saturday lunchtime would find me having a glass of wine in the village but not this Saturday. I just couldn’t leave the book.
I was really drawn into June’s life? Her perfect home, her perfect neighbours and then, slowly, the evil creeps in and what should be your safe haven, your home turns into a place of shadows and terror as the tentacles of fear creep into every corner of your life.
I had to keep reading until I found out if evil triumphed or did the good guys win. And who were the good guys?
About the author:-
Kevin is a Guidance Counselor by day and a psychological thriller author during his off hours. He puts an original slant on some common experiences and creates engaging stories with a personal twist. Kevin lives in Dublin, Ireland with three great kids, a frenetic Westie, Alfie, and a wife who makes him laugh, which is really all he could ask for.
Kevin writes psychological thrillers. The Perfect Home will be his second novel published with Inkubator Books.