Most of the reviews here say that this isn't as good as Our House, but I thought it was much better! I think The Sudden Departure of the Frasers is Louise Candlish's best book, but this was still an enjoyable read.
The story centres on a couple who inherit a house in a well to do London suburb and immediately get offside with all of their neighbours. They tear down a heritage wall, start noisy renovations, park numerous cars in the street and play loud music at all hours. The neighbours are furious. They try complaining to the Council and Police, but budget cuts to both of those groups mean that there is little interest from Authorities in their complaints. The book has a Liane Moriarty type structure - from the outset we know that there has been "an incident" in the street and that the Police are investigating. Eventually we learn that someone has died and the rest of the book is about working out who was responsible as suspicion shifts from one household to another.
Most of the negative reviews mention that the characters are all unlikeable (which is true) and that the pace is slow (perhaps? - I never lost interest). I was entertained by the satirical take on neighbour wars which I could almost imagine taking place in my own suburb. I did work out the primary culprit quite early on but there were still enough twists that I didn't lose interest. And the ending, which makes it clear that things are not as resolved as everyone hopes, made me smile. If you liked Big Little Lies or Truly Madly Guilty, I think you'd like this too.