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Review :: Lock Every Door

Lock Every DoorLock Every Door by Riley Sager
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Audrey from Chapter and Converse on BookTube is a big Riley Sager fan and this book turned me into a fan, as well. I didn’t hesitate to download Lock Every Door when I spotted it on my public library’s Libby app.

Lock Every Door is a thriller in the truest sense of the word. As the book begins, the main character stumbles upon a job opportunity when she needs it most, at the mythical Bartholomew. The Bartholomew is the setting of the protagonists favorite childhood book and it’s a coincidence too great to overlook.

Despite its strange rules, eccentric residents, and odd hiring practices, the Bartholomew is never empty. Every day is a new adventure and a new discovery. And every idea I had as to the real story behind the Bartholomew was pushed away as something else happened. When the story comes out, it was so far from what I had been thinking that I was actually caught off guard.

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