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Right Next Door: A Novel

By: Leah Montgomery
Narrated by: Jennifer Jill Araya, Kate Mulligan
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John and Marcy Stanley moved to The Coves for the quiet life. When the two meet the couple next door, they think they’ve struck neighbor gold. Jill and Marcy become fast friends, but it isn’t until Marcy receives an ominous letter that she begins to suspect Jill’s husband, Mark, of hiding something.

Something dark. Something violent.

Shannon Vogle was the victim of an elaborate kidnapping. After being set free, she becomes obsessed with finding the man who took her.

Who tortured her. Who changed her.

Both women want answers. Both are determined to get them. Neither is prepared for what she will find.

©2019 Leah Montgomery (P)2020 Blackstone Publishing

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I really thought this book was good. The author didn’t didn’t give that much away until the last couple of chapters. I figured some things out but It was entertaining and kept my attention.

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Annoying characters, Redundant, Not Good

This plot line had a tiny bit of potential but was completely ruined by the whiney, wordy character diatribes. It dragged on and on to the point of boredom. Not worth your money or time at all!