The Housemaid

by Freida McFadden
A unique and unconventional plot that keeps you reading and guessing. A woman with a shady past takes a job as a maid for a wealthy couple - a perfect setting for a thriller. There's lots of suspense and enough twists and turns to keep you turning pages. This is an uncomplicated, straightforward thriller - an easy, engaging read. The Housemaid by Freida McFadden #thriller,  #reading, #BooksToRead, #reading, #books, #FreidaMcFadden, #thehousemaid

Discussion Questions

Do you think that the ending is open to a sequel?

Apart from lying on the floor balancing books, pulling hair strands and pulling teeth, can you think of any other "effective torments" the captor could impose on the captive in the attic room?

Did you feel any sympathy for Andrew? Or did he get what he deserved?

Were you surprised by Part II and the switch to Nina's perspective?

Which was the most memorable scene for you?

Before Andrew was exposed as the villain were you hoping the romance - affair between Mille and Andrew would develop?

Did you wish Evelyn would meet with some punishment (or come a sticky end) after her cruelty to Andrew as a child was revealed in the funeral scene at the end?

Did you believe Evelyn would side with Nina over Andrew's death?

What was your first impression of Enzo?

Who did you think would be the most likely love interest for Millie? Andrew or Enzo?
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