Review: The Night Strangers by Chris Bohjalian

If you’re looking for something a little different to read, this fast-paced, heart-pounding ghost story by best-selling author Chris Bohjalian is a great choice. 
Long forgotten, in the dank corner of a basement in an old Victorian home, is a small door, sealed shut with thirty-nine 6-inch-long carriage bolts. When Chip Linton, his wife and twin daughters move in hoping to rebuild their lives after Chip, an airplane pilot, had to ditch his jet in a lake, resulting in the death of several passengers, Chip becomes obsessed with the door. Why? Because exactly thirty-nine of his passengers died in that crash.
This book is a great psychological thriller. Bohjalian’s writing is sharp and he delves so deep into his characters minds that it is both fascinating and horrifying at the same time. The story was not exactly what I expected, but was still satisfying and entertaining. The best part was the clever, unexpected ending
Content note: A few mild swear words, one brief, mildly descriptive sex scene and one short scene of a woman kissing another woman.
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