No Place Like Home by Rebecca Muddiman @Bloodhoundbook @RebeccaMuddiman #BookReview

Hope you’re having a fabulous day!

Excited to be part of the blog blitz and share my review with you today for this twisted book! Many thanks to Sarah for my invitation and to Rebecca Muddiman for this compelling story!💛

Rebecca Muddiman - No Place Like Home_cover

What would you do if you came home to find someone in your house?
This is the predicament Polly Cooke faces when she returns to her new home.The first weeks in the house had been idyllic, but soon Jacob, a local man, is watching her.
What does he want and why is he so obsessed with Polly?

In a situation where nothing is what it seems, you might end up regretting letting some people in.

My Thoughts

4 Twisted Stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟

“Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore!”

What happens when your dream house turns into your worst nightmare??? Wow this was quite the twisted story! Not even sure how to approach this review, can’t say much otherwise I will spoil this for you…

This book was NOT what I was expecting! It took a turn and it took it pretty early on I did not see coming at all… and you won’t either… therefore this vague review…. The book starts with Polly coming home to her dream house… there is a jump in the narrative between past and present that isn’t always as clear as it could be, and admittedly I did find this confusing at times… we also find out straight away that Polly has a stalker… not saying anything more than that!🤐

A cleverly crafted story that made me feel a little paranoid at times…. these characters were so untrustworthy… I had no idea who to believe and my allegiance was continually shifting…. I do like to get into the mind of crazy so this book definitely did not disappoint when it came to that!

Recommend for fans of a terribly twisty psychological thriller!

*** many thanks to Bloodhound Books for my copy of this book ***

rebecca+muddimanAuthor Bio:
Rebecca Muddiman was born and raised in the North East and worked in the NHS for many years. She has published four crime novels – Stolen, Gone, Tell Me Lies, and Murder in Slow Motion. Stolen won a Northern Writers Award in 2010 and the Northern Crime Competition in 2012. She is also a screenwriter and was selected for the London Screenwriters Festival Talent Campus in 2016.

Most of her spare time is spent re-watching Game of Thrones, trying to learn Danish, and dealing with two unruly dogs. Sometimes all at the same time.


B L O G B L I T Z (4)

Click your heels together three times and say “there’s no place like home ” Berit☀️✨

19 thoughts on “No Place Like Home by Rebecca Muddiman @Bloodhoundbook @RebeccaMuddiman #BookReview

    1. It was, but it was good you just need to pay attention! So that meant me going back and rereading parts!


  1. This book sounds good. I went to the Kindle page and saw it was 99 cents so I purchased it to read later. While it sounds pretty confusing, it sounds like a page-turner. Can’t wait to read it! Thanks for putting it on my radar.

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  2. I had not heard of this book, but with the reviews I have read over the last couple of day, yours included, I think I need to read this one. Sounds like it is right up my alley. Great review Berit.

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