We Used To Live Here By Daniel Hurst

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We Used To Live Here : An addictive and gripping psychological thriller By Daniel Hurst


Book/Novel Author: Daniel Hurst

Book/Novel Title: We Used To Live Here



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Every house has secrets. But not all of them stay buried forever…When the Burgess family move into their ‘forever’ home, it seems like they are set for many happy years together at their new address. Steph and Grant, along with their children, Charlie and Amelia, settle into their new surroundings quickly. But then they receive an unexpected visit from a couple who claim to have lived in the house before.They wish to come in and have a look around for old time’s sake. Seeming pleasant and plausible, Steph invites them in. And that’s when things begin to change.It’s not long after the peculiar visit when the homeowners begin to find evidence of the past all around their new home as they redecorate. But it’s the discovery of a hidden wall containing several troubling messages that really sends Steph into a spin.After digging into the history of the house a little more, she learns it is connected to a shocking crime from the past. A crime that still remains unsolved…A gripping psychological thriller from the author of the UK #1 bestseller The Passenger
I didn’t see that one coming! This is the best book yet Daniel! Looking forward to finding another one to sink into!
What a great book and hopefully it never ends!I delighted in this family and “all” the crosses to bear!Recommend as a 10 of 10! Thank you
It was a well written book with just the right surprise ending. The characters were believable and made a good story.
Wow! Who would have ever guessed the ending? This book will keep you guessing and up all night until you’re finished with it .Very well written!
This story didn’t end at all like I thought it was going to end. Kept my curiosity going.Great read.
Had me from the first page and took me on a fast paced journey. Highly recommend this book for anyone who lives a goid mystery.


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