Open House

Open House

A missing young woman, ten years gone. A town still held in the grip of an unsolved mystery. A breathtaking novel of psychological suspense by the bestselling author of We Were Mothers.

A decade ago in upstate New York, art student Emma McCullough walked into the woods and was never seen again. It’s a mystery that still haunts her bucolic university town and her broken family, especially her sister Haley, whose need for closure has become an obsession. But now, finally, the first piece of evidence in the vanishing has been found: Emma’s bracelet, lodged in a frozen piece of earth at the bottom of a gorge. For Emma’s three best college friends, for a beloved former teacher, and for Haley, the chilling trinket is more than a clue in a resurrected cold case. It’s a trigger.

Then a woman is attacked during an open house, and the connections between the two crimes, ten winters apart, begin to surface. So do the secrets that run as deep and dark as the currents in this quiet river town.

Title:Open House
Edition Language:English
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    Open House Reviews

  • Kimberly

    Open house has every cliche you could possibly think of as well as a cast of unlikable characters whose development is minimal at best. If you start reading it and think you know how it will turn out,...

  • PinkAmy loves books, cats and naps

    Another month, another below average Amazon Prime First Reads book. The premise sounded interesting, but OPEN HOUSE lacked originality and characters or even a victim I cared about....

  • Nilufer Ozmekik

    Hmmm... I can hear the approaching choo choo disappointed readers’ train! I hate that song! I hate to write reviews about meh, well I did everything to find something positive but I wasted my effort...

  • Mary Kubica

    Katie Sise has outdone herself with OPEN HOUSE, her latest ingenious addition to the world of domestic suspense. A sly, stirring whodunnit with an ending that’s nothing short of perfection. A must r...

  • ??? Shelley's ??? Book Nook

    This book was not for me. What stared as a promising plot turned into a hot mess. It wasn't just the writing but the fact that it was predicable, so unbelievable and I didn't find one chara...

  • RedRedtheycallmeRed

    I read "We Were Mothers" by this author (also a Kindle First book) awhile back, and though I didn't love it, it was better than this book.Told through the POV of three women: Haley and Priya in presen...

  • chris

    points deducted for prologue. so much narration instead of dialogueits disturbing how much narration instead of dialogue.example:'A barista called out a drink order, and Haley tried to pull herself fr...

  • Chandra Claypool (WhereTheReaderGrows)

    You all have probably been wondering what's happening with me this month as I've mostly read genres OTHER than thrillers but here I am y'all!! 👋 This is my second by this author, the first being We...

  • Aisling

    Excellent plotting!This book's red herrings had me changing my mind a LOT. It is so well laid out (alternating chapters between the present and 10 years ago when the sister disappeared) and informatio...

  • Gobookmart

    Follow google news : https://news.google.com/publications/...Open House is a nail-biting and gripping suspense thriller. This one took my entire heart from the very first word to the last. Leaving me ...