I read this in one sitting, captivated by Walden's astute observations of modern life and terrified by the twists that kept on coming.
An addictive read about the secrets we hide from our neighbours, and ourselves
Secrets, lies and serious property envy - this taut, twisty and tense thriller feels like peeking through every window on the street you wished you lived. Fans of Lianne Moriarty and Louise Candlish will race through it.
I loved Colette's relatable yet unique perspective of the privileged residents who can't even remember her name. This engaging, engrossing thriller is perfect for fans of The Maid.
Celia has a knack for getting into her characters' heads - and through their front doors. Intriguingly delicious.
One party; so many secrets, so many lies: The Square is a sassy, smart, brilliant, unputdownable thriller. I absolutely loved it.
Richly written and bristling with suspense. Celia Walden is masterful.
Pitch-dark and witty - my favourite combination - and with bold, complex characters who, above all, feel real. Intrigue grips from the first page and the shocking reveals just keep coming. A wickedly sharp thriller about privileged lives and fatal flaws.
A fun ride . . . [The Square is] Walden's enticing follow-up to the gripping Payday.
Taut, twisty and thrilling, it proves conclusively that journalist Walden has a great future in crime.
The promise of her debut thriller hit, Payday, is fulfilled in this slow-cooker of a thriller that builds to lots of surprises in the end
A well-crafted domestic noir with some smart twists
You'll be completely hooked by the characters and the unexpected rug-pull moments
Utterly enthralling. Plunges you into a world of secrets, deception and simmering menace. I was captivated from the start and didn't want it to end