Reviews

  • "Deliciously frightening"

    Daily Mail
  • "Move over Rosemary's Baby, urban paranoia has a deliciously Gothic new address."

    Ruth Ware
  • "The Bartholomew is an apartment building of terrifying secrets. You’ll find startling twists and alarming surprises down every dark hallway. It’s too late to lock the doors–the horror is already inside. My favorite thriller of the year!"

    R.L. Stine, author of Goosebumps
  • "Sager fans and new readers alike will enjoy this heart-pounding thriller that cleverly weaves economic anxiety with something a whole lot darker. Jules must face the demons in the woodwork and in the world around her if she is to have any hope of a future. Because, ultimately, locking every door won’t keep the terror away if the terror is locked in there with you."

    New York Journal of Books
  • "The author, writing under a pen name, relates ominous events and spooky developments with skill, adding an element of social commentary and a surprise twist ending—elevating this exercise in terror above the ordinary shocker.”"

    Wall Street Journal