A killer premise, and excellent execution.
LOCK EVERY DOOR sets up a premise that leads us all to ask, what would I do in this circumstance?
Jules answers an ad to be an apartment sitter at the insanely luxurious and classic Bartholomew building on Manhattan's UWS. But with it comes strict rules, a creepy ambiance, and now a neighbor that can't be located... what is she to do? This novel is a real gothic suspenseful page-turner, and I willingly shirked responsibility to continue reading.
Riley Sager novels have been a tad hit or miss for me; I was underwhelmed by FINAL GIRLS, but really enjoyed THE LAST TIME I LIED. Happy to add LOCK EVERY DOOR to the list of books that I truly loved this year.