Today I am reviewing The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley. This was released on the 3rd of March, published by Harper Collins Australia.
Welcome to No.12 rue des Amants
A beautiful old apartment block, far from the glittering lights of the Eiffel Tower and the bustling banks of the Seine. Where nothing goes unseen, and everyone has a story to unlock.
The watchful concierge
The scorned lover
The prying journalist
The naïve student
The unwanted guest
There was a murder here last night.
A mystery lies behind the door of apartment three.
Who holds the key?
“Unlock the mystery…Only you have the key…”
The Paris Apartment is a gripping thriller where its creepiness gave me goosebumps! Foley creates a claustrophobic atmosphere against a backdrop of a once beautiful Paris apartment block, where one of its residents last seen there is missing.
I was transported into the story and taken on a journey where its cast of diverse characters, each an unreliable narrator and suspect, have secrets to hide and I enjoyed finding out what they were. The mystery itself plays out well and its twists keep things interesting.
All round this is an enjoyable read and I look forward to Foley’s next book.
Thank you to Lucy Foley, Harper Collins Australia and NetGalley for allowing me to read an advanced copy of The Paris Apartment, which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.
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LET’S GET TO KNOW LUCY FOLEY
Lucy Foley studied English Literature at Durham and UCL universities and worked for several years as a fiction editor in the publishing industry, before leaving to write full-time.
Lucy’s debut thriller, The Hunting Party, was an instant Sunday Times and Irish Times bestseller, and was inspired by a particularly remote spot in Scotland that fired her imagination.
Lucy is also the author of three historical novels, which have been translated into sixteen languages. Her journalism has appeared in ES Magazine, Sunday Times Style, Grazia and more.