The Housemate by Sarah Bailey

Lee and Victoria weren’t the only ones to love The Housemate by Sarah Bailey… Here is what the QBD crew thought:

Sarah Bailey once again delivers a sublime psychological thriller that will keep you on your toes to the very end. Journalist Olive Groves has been obsessed with the The Housemate Homicide since she reported on it almost a decade ago. As Olive delves deeper, a web of conspiracy and lies will make her question what really happened that night. Perfect for fans of Karin Slaughter and Michael Robotham – Zoe, QBD Toombul

An addictive thriller that will knock you down with its shocking revelations and twists. It follows journalist Oli Groves as she unravels the web of rumours surrounding three women – one missing, one murdered, and one accused – as well as to grapple with ghosts of her own past. With a jaw dropping ending and the iconic city of Melbourne as its backdrop, I was racing to tell my friends about it! – Eliza, QBD Brisbane City

I wish I had started this novel when I had the whole day to continue reading!  I was hooked from the get go and was instantly pulled in to the story of these housemates and what had transpired in their home. – Kylie, QBD Woodgrove

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