Phoebe Miller isn't sure when the rusty car started showing up in the cul-de-sac she calls home, or why its driver would be spying on her. When a new family moves in across the street, Phoebe finds her dull routine infused with the excitement she's been missing. But with her head turned she's no longer focused on the woman in the car.
Quickly paced chapters are interspersed with intriguing interludes from a stranger who is watching it all unfold. The story has enough twists to satisfy mystery readers, and Dickson’s exploration of the truth behind the facade will draw in those who appreciate women’s fiction with a dash of suspense.
... [a] shrewdly plotted domestic suspense story ... The plot details somewhat test believability, but this first foray into suspense by horror/dystopian short story writer Dickson is a chilling tale that offers a most delectable diversion. The author is definitely one to watch.