But not everyone leaves…
Nick and Amber Miller are splitting up and selling their Devon family home. But despite the desirable location, the house isn’t moving. Not a single viewing so far.
When their estate agent suggests an open house event, Amber agrees, even as she worries about their gossiping neighbours attending and snooping around their home.
But Amber has more to worry about than nosy neighbours. Because thirteen people enter her house that afternoon, and only twelve leave.
Someone doesn’t want the house to sell, and is willing to do anything to stop it…
PRAISE FOR SAM CARRINGTON’S BOOKS
‘A claustrophobic psychological thriller that had me double checking my doors and windows were locked!’ Vicki Bradley
‘I devoured The Open House. There were so many unexpected twists; just when I thought I had everything worked out, bam! Everything flipped. It’s Sam Carrington’s best yet!’ Elisabeth Carpenter
‘The Open House is a fabulous read. Builds and develops to perfection … Another first class book.’ Amanda Robson
‘An engaging, page-turning mystery with a sense of menace’ Caroline England
‘A pacy read, packed with surprises. Will keep you on your toes.’ Jane Corry
‘I devoured this story in one sitting’ Louise Jensen
‘A gripping exploration of twisted family secrets’ Cass Green
‘Expertly written … with plentiful twists and unforgettable characters.’ Caroline Mitchell
‘Keeps you guessing right to the end’ Sue Fortin
‘I read One Little Lie in one greedy gulp. A compelling thriller about the dark side of maternal instinct and love – I couldn’t put it down!’ Isabel Ashdown
‘A kick-ass page turner … I was knocked senseless by the awesome twist.’ John Marrs
‘A gripping read which moved at a head-spinning pace … I simply couldn’t put this book down until I reached the dramatic and devastating conclusion.’ Claire Allan
‘Engrossing psychological suspense about the effect of a murder on the mother of a teenage killer. Sam Carrington had me hooked!’ Emma Curtis
‘Utterly original and thought provoking … This cries out to be made into a TV series.’ Amanda Robson
Psychologist Connie Summers is a fascinatingly flesh-and-blood guide through this twisty thriller.’ Louise Candlish
‘Tense, convincing … kept me guessing’ Caz Frear