Who am I?
Why did Carolyn love this book?
Every so often, I fancy a good thriller with a surprise ending, and this certainly fitted the bill. Intrigued by the concept of an agoraphobic psychologist, I read the book at two sittings, the second one far into the night.
I loved it because the intelligence in the prose elevated it from its genre—such as the scene when Anna, the psychologist, racks her brain to identify which Chopin nocturne is playing while she’s on hold, when seeking information about a neighbour she suspects of killing his wife!