Freya Miller is approached by a man one afternoon named Dr. Marsden who offers her and her daughter an apartment at the fashionable Adder House in an upper class area in London. Freya was close to losing the home she lived in, so this came at the perfect time.
Freya is happy at first but she begins to feel unsure about the new living situation. She is feeling as if she is being watched and feels as if people had been in her apartment after they get back. Freya has to figure out if she’s just being overly worried or if she needs to fear for their safety!
This book was suspenseful, but reminded me so much of Lock Every Door by Riley Sager. It is a little slow, but it gets more intense throughout. I still don’t know if it was ever clarified what happened to Freya’s ex-husband though!
I received a free copy of The Apartment from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
3 stars/5 stars