The Good Neighbors by Kiersten Modglin – Review by Karyn Taylor

The Good NeighborsThe Good Neighbors by Kiersten Modglin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Holy Hell! What can I say about The Good Neighbors by Kiersten Modglin? Wow! This psychological thriller will drag you through the wringer. It will grab you from the very first page and take you on a tour through every emotion possible before spitting you out at the end wondering what the hell happened.
When newlyweds Bryant and Harper Page move to Lancaster Mills to start new jobs in their new careers, with their dream house they thought that their new life was perfect. That was until they met the beautiful couple next door Jason and Tori Fuller and then everything they dreamed and hoped for came crashing around them. Strange events start happening and all seems to be due to the strange couple next door. Are Tori and Jason hiding something? Are they the culprits of all the strange events that are happening?
The author throws so many curveballs at you and takes the story in a direction you definitely never saw coming. Even though the story is told in dual POV from Bryant and Harper, you are still left shocked and stunned at how this story unfolds.
If you like a good psychological thriller then The Good Neighbors is definitely the book for you. I loved this book and will definitely be checking out more of this author’s work.

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