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Title:
The Party Wall (MP3)
Written by:
Stevie Davies 
Read by:
Matt AddisJoan Walker 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
12 hours 57 minutes 
MP3 size:
563 MB 
Published:
February 01 2021 
Available Date:
February 01 2021 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781867514671 
Genres:
Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Psychological Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Audible audio 
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The Party Wall is a slow-burning psychological thriller from Stevie Davies.

Mark lives next door to Freya. When her husband dies tragically, he determines to be her saviour, come what may. Whether that means walking the dog, minding the house or taking her on day trips. However, her neighbours on the other side keep getting in the way, as do her two lumpen brothers-in-law ... But Mark has another life, one he hasn't told Freya about, one that increasingly impinges on his desire to make Freya her own. As he lies in his bed at night, listening to her movements the other side of the wall, the gentle sighing and creaking of bed springs, he plots his movements towards an idyllic future. A future that doesn't feature his ex-girlfriend who still lives in the other house or his dead wife. As Mark ingratiates himself, Freya, lost in a sea of grief, only slowly begins to realise that Mark's motives may not be quite as compassionate as they seem and her eyes are opened to the threat she has guilelessly invited into her home.

'[Davies] has a special talent for cutting through the apparently ordinary and finding what is remarkable underneath and, in doing so, reveals deep truths about the extremes of human nature.'
Financial Times

'... charged with sensitivity ... Like Charlotte Bronte in Shirley, Davies is funny and perceptive.'
Helen Dunmore, Guardian