‘Lena is the Poirot of cleaners,’ says reviewer Liz Barnsley

This review on www.lizlovesbooks.com might be the best one yet!

Barnsley describes IN STRANGERS’ HOUSES  as ‘a wonderfully quirky, gorgeous crime drama with a main protagonist you can really get behind, some cracking dialogue, an intricately fascinating plot and really, despite the dark nature of some of the crime elements, a whole lot of fun.’

She goes on to say that ‘IN STRANGERS’ HOUSES has a beautifully immersive mystery element, a hugely refreshing change from your standard detective/Private Investigator/Lawyer route – Lena is like the Poirot of cleaners.’

You can’t ask for a better comparison than that!

Read the full review here.