Lives up to the promise of mystery

The Good Neighbour, by Beth Miller, reviewed by Bethan Jones.

With the initial insinuation that things are not always as they appear, this novel lives up to the promise of mystery. While this review will be deliberately delicate about plot details in order to preserve many of the surprises from the book, the storytelling will lead you to return to revisit earlier chapters for hints and clues that may not have appeared significant on a first glance.

Miller’s decision to write from the perspective of multiple characters allows the reader to

 

BPS Members get instant access to this article

Already a member? Or Create an account

Not a member? Find out about becoming a member or subscriber