Fi and Bram Lawson have owned their house on Trinity Avenue for years and have no intention of selling. However, when Fi arrives home to find strangers moving in, she is frightened and confused, and in need of her husband, who is nowhere to be seen.
Bram has made a terrible mistake, and is banned from seeing his family. As Fi and Bram try to come to terms with the unfolding nightmare, it becomes apparent that they have both hidden secrets from each other, and that there are far worse things than losing your house.
Anatomy of a Scandal author, Sarah Vaughan referred to Our House as ‘twisty, warped, credible…brilliantly plotted and compelling’ and author of The Gift, Louise Jensen stated that the novel was ‘gripping and heartbreaking with an undercurrent of unease running through it’. Isabelle Broom, author of My Map of You, heaped praise on the novel by stating that it was’one of the best books [she] has ever read’.