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    Who lives next to you

    No matter how nice the neighborhood is, there are always some of Those People. They are loud, disruptive and have no consideration for their neighbors. Being kind and friendly doesn't help. What can you do? Lowland Way is a great neighborhood and a wonderful, safe place to raise your children. Darren and Jodie move into the corner house. They are rude and unfriendly. They will never fit in. They break all the rules. He is remodeling/ demolishing the house. It needed some work but it looks like a mess that will never be fixed. Now, they are selling used cars from their front yard. This just can't continue. Then one day an unexpected death rocks the street. The police are going house to house looking for witnesses to the tragedy. Who did this? There are secrets every time another house is visited. A thriller that keeps you guessing until the end. I received this book from Net Galley and Berkley Publishing for a honest review.
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    Not my favorite

    This was a good book, but not one of my favorites. A hippie couple moves into a snobby neighborhood and it immediately cause problems. The new couple begins remodeling the house, playing loud music all night and running power tools all the time. Everyone dislikes the "neighbors from hell" so this is a real whodunit until the end. I came away not liking any of the characters and was glad when I finished the book. Thank you NetGalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this very interesting book.
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    Interesting

    This book reminds me of the show on Discovery ID Channel called Nightmare Next Door. The only difference is that show is more exciting then this book. You do feel bad for all the neighbors who have to put up with the new neighbor that is really a nuisance. It was interesting to see who the bad guy was in all of this but not enough for me to get too excited about. I just didn't like most of the neighbors. I think this concept is better left for a tv shows about a real life situation that for a book as it makes it kind of boring to read. *I received a free copy of this book via the NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review.*
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    Who Are Those People

    Ah, "those people". "Those neighbors". We've all had them, we all know them, those "bad" neighbors who just don't fit in. We can point them out if asked to, right? Or can we? Let me just say from the start that if you're one of those people who needs to "like" the characters in your book, this may not be the book for you. The folks who live in the seemingly idyllic neighborhood at the center of Those People come across as lovely people in the beginning. But as the story progresses and a tragic accident (or was it a accident?) occurs, we find that everyone has their secrets, and no one is beyond being on both sides of finger-pointing, blaming and shaming. I didn't enjoy this book quite as much as Candlish's "Our House", this was a bit more of a guilty pleasure read, although it did have some serious undertones. It's so easy to look down our noses at "those people" - but at what point do we become "those people" ourselves?
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    Enjoy your good neighbors

    3.5 Stars I wasn’t sure about this book. I didn’t know what to expect, I wasn’t sure if this was the book I wanted to read right now. Yet, I started the book and couldn’t put it down. I read it in a short timeframe, sneaking time to read just another chapter, another page, or another 100 pages. Those People wasn’t the thriller that I expected it to be. It was a story about neighborhoods coming together and coming apart. There was a lot of family drama. The neighbors and families all come together in a series of twists and turns that lead to deaths, an arrest, some accusations that pulled apart friendships, and families that will never be the same. I had guesses, I tried to follow the clues but Louise Candlish is talented at leading the reader down a curvy path that doesn’t always lead to the right place. Those People is a book that will make you appreciate your good neighbors and realize your not so good neighbors aren’t quite so bad. Pick up your own copy and meet the families on Lowland Way.
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