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The Quiet Tenant by Clémence Michallon


🄿🅄🄱 🄳🄰🅃🄴 06/2023

You’ve been taken by a killer and trapped for five years. You have to escape.

Once I started reading I didn’t want to stop. This book was brilliant all the way until the end. I loved the split points of view, the way the character’s lives intertwined, and the inclusion of a little bit of the past to help build that history. Books like this are so eye opening and sad but I can’t get enough! I also think those who are interested in true crime would really enjoy this one.

Thank you to NetGalley and Knof Publishing for an arc copy of this book.

💬 Are you a fan of second person point of View?

I haven’t come across a novel that included it before and I didn’t think I would be a big fan of it, but turns out it worked really well with this one imo and I loved it!

Here's the blurb:

He took you and you have been his for five years.

But you have been careful. Waiting for him to mess up.

It has to be now.

Taken by a serial killer, she has been kept her captive in a shed for five years. No-one has any idea of the terrible secrets the seemingly perfect father, widower, ex-Marine and all-round local nice guy is hiding.

Especially his daughter and the quiet, shy owner of the small family restaurant in the local town who has started to fall in love with him...

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