The Guest Room
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From the New York Times bestselling author of The Flight Attendant comes the spellbinding tale of a party gone horribly wrong: two men lie dead in a suburban living room, two women are on the run from police, and a marriage is ripping apart at the seams.
When Kristin Chapman agrees to let her husband, Richard, host his brother's bachelor party, she expects a certain amount of debauchery. She takes their young daughter to Manhattan for the evening, leaving her Westchester home to the men and their hired entertainment. What she does not expect is that the entertainment—two scared young women brought there by force—will kill their captors and drive off into the night.
With their house now a crime scene, Kristin's and Richard’s life spirals into nightmare. Kristin is unable to forgive her husband for his lapses in judgement, or for the moment he shared with a dark-haired girl in the guest room. But for the dark-haired girl, Alexandra, the danger is just beginning.
From Publishers Weekly
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Boring and trite
This is so dePressing, not a thriller, and slow to unwind.
The guest Room
Very shallow. Knew where this was headed very early in the book.
A riveting story that brings human trafficking to light.
It's only been a few years since human (sex) trafficking has started to be addressed in America. This page turner of a novel, wrapped around the normalcy of a bachelor party, has layer after layer of intrigue.
You'll enjoy this book immensely and the further you get in, the less likely you'll be able to stop reading! And when you're done? Tell your friends, especially those with teenage daughters, to read it, too. It's that important.