Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

Getting paid to house sit isn’t out of the ordinary. So what could be wrong with being paid to stay in one of the most luxurious apartments of Manhattan, overlooking Central Park? If anything, it sounds like a dream come true for Jules. Jobless, homeless, down on her luck, She’s in need of a fresh start. This might just be the opportunity for her to get herself back on her feet. It’s perfect, or is it just too good to be true?

I’m really diggin’ Riley Sager’s thrillers. Each new novel also brings forth new creative plot lines - with twists that a reader just can’t see coming. In each of Sager’s novels I’ve read, the main character always comes to the novel with a shady past which adds an element of distrust in the main character, but also an element of empathy for what the main character has already endured.

This story might just take the tops of Sagers novels for me. As this story unfolds, it turns into something completely different and the plot line thickens and becomes more sinister as you continue to dig deeper. As a reader, you don’t want to know much more than that, just delve into it and see for yourself.

This is definitely a second half book. After hitting that half way mark, this book turns into something very unexpected and I couldn’t put it down. A very creative, fun read. Definitely worth a read!


Thank you to @Netgalley, @riley_sager, and @DuttonBooks for providing me an advanced copy in exchange for my honest review.