The House Swap by Rebecca Fleet. Published by Viking

Hoping that a change of scenery will help bolster their flagging marriage, Caroline and Francis swap their city apartment for a townhouse in a quiet corner of London. Of course, their problems aren’t magically cured by the move, and their attempts at fixing what seems to be too broken to mend are further complicated by a neighbor that seems to be obsessed with them. At the same time, Caroline starts having odd bits of deja vu. She seems to recognize things in the house that she should have no knowledge of. And that raises a question about the person who arranged the house swap. Someone obviously knows the secrets that Caroline has tried to conceal. I can’t say too much more without giving away a major plot twist, just take my word for it and read this intense and gripping thriller

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