Growing up in Invicta Cross was hell for Billy March. Only his friendship with a disturbed girl saved him from the petty-minded savagery of his neighbours.
Ten years later a suburban nightmare evolves as a glamorous couple move in and one by one the neighbours start to disappear. Nobody suspects the smart young newlyweds might hold the key to the mystery – or that there will be a stinging twist in this tale of suburban revenge…
â€˜The satirical scalpel with which he disects the body politic of bourgeois suburbia is as sharp as a Sabatier knife – essential reading.â€™ – Time Out
â€˜Fowlerâ€™s book is ghoulishly irresistable. He makes a magnetic story.â€™ – The Times