Lock Every Door

Lock Every Door by Riley Sager has been on my reading list for ages and it finally came up at the library. It’s a blow-through-thriller that doesn’t require much thought, but it was inventive and suspenseful. Jules has found the perfect gig after being let go from her job and breaking up with her boyfriend – make $1000/week for staying in a gorgeous apartment overlooking Central Park. There are bunch of rules that go along with this job, but she is desperate enough to go along with them. And then she discovers that the building may be hiding a number of secrets. Some of them may even be deadly. This was, as I said earlier, not anything challenging, but it was a good summer choice.

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