LAST SEEN ALIVE Claire Dou­glas Pen­guin £7.99

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - DVD & BLURAY -

IF you’ve seen the film The Hol­i­day you’ll no doubt have ro­man­tic no­tions about house swap­ping. Read this how­ever, and you’ll never day­dream about chang­ing your life for some­one else’s again. Teacher Libby Hall’s re­cov­er­ing from a dra­matic in­ci­dent at school when she re­ceives a note from a cou­ple look­ing to house swap to be near to their daugh­ter in hos­pi­tal. The chance to ex­change their flat in Bath for a dream home in Corn­wall’s a god­send. But, af­ter ar­riv­ing at the lux­u­ri­ous prop­erty, Libby feels that some­thing isn’t quite right. Strange hap­pen­ings make her feel jit­tery and she’s sure some­one is watch­ing them. But her hus­band Jamie doesn’t agree, putting it down to para­noia, how­ever it be­comes ob­vi­ous one of them is hid­ing some­thing . When their dog digs up an un­nerv­ing ob­ject in the gar­den, they head home, only to dis­cover that the house swap was some­thing much more sin­is­ter. Could the strange hap­pen­ings re­ally have some­thing to do with ter­ri­ble events in­volv­ing Libby years ago, or is it linked to James’s past? Laced with ten­sion and with a shock­ing twist, this psy­cho­log­i­cal thriller will give you chills. Re­view by Lisa Hyl­ton. Name Claire Dou­glas’ first hit. En­tries to Alex Gor­don, Alive comp by Au­gust 10.

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