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The Stranger Upstairs

Narrated by: Kristin Atherton
Length: 10 hrs and 26 mins
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Several years ago, your husband, and the father of your young son, disappeared. Since then, you’ve dreamed of his return; railed against him for leaving you alone; grieved for your marriage; and, finally, vowed to move on.

One morning, the phone rings. When you answer, a voice at the other end tells you your husband’s on a plane bound for home, and that you’ll see him tomorrow.

You’ve imagined this reunion countless times. Of course you have. But nothing has prepared you for the reality. For you realise you don’t know this man. 

Because he isn’t your husband, he’s a complete stranger - and he’s coming home with you.

Even worse, he seems to know about something very bad you once did, something no one else could possibly know about...Could they?

From Melanie Raabe, the author of The Trap, The Stranger Upstairs is another dazzling, dizzying psychological thriller guaranteed to keep you guessing until the very last page.

©2018 Melanie Raabe (P)2018 Pan Macmillan Publishers Ltd

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Not sure I have finished if I had known...

I struggled a bit with this one and contemplated giving up, then thought to myself 'I'm sure it will get better'. But no.

Narrator was great, story not so great.. or maybe it's because it just went on and on about the same thing..

I guess I would suggest to give it a try, you may love it, but don't waste your time continuing if you feel like you are struggling.

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  • Amanda Doyle
  • 01-16-19

Long, 30% story, 70% long descriptions,l.

Long, boring and repetitive. Kept having to skip forward large chunks. There must be full pages of this book just describing a street, a view or a thought. Really regretted wasting a credit.