Here are what some of the reviewers say about The Final Party
‘The Final Party is the best kind of psychological thriller - compelling, accomplished and atmospheric. Superbly paced and plotted, I raced through it. A. A. Chaudhuri has rapidly established herself as a crime writer to watch. Recommended.'
‘A hugely addictive, pacy and consuming thriller with a delicious cast of characters that kept me guessing (and turning pages) right up to the incredible conclusion.'
‘Thrilling twists, terrific characters and a settling to die for. The Final Party is a thoroughly gripping ride!'
‘A compelling page turner with a gasp around every corner. If you’re looking for a holiday read this May, then this is the perfect unravelling of a friendship built on secrets and lies'
'Do not miss your invitation to The Final Party! Dark deeds, gorgeous Italian scenery and secrets aplenty... I was totally gripped!'
'A gripping, intricately plotted thriller about the dark side of friendship, packed with secrets and lies that will keep you hooked until the very last page.'
'Draws you into a dark web of secrets and lies that unravel with exquisite timing in a beautiful setting.'
'The Secret History meets The Holiday, only darker, sexier and absolutely crammed full of twists and suspense. It’s a big, fat 5 stars from me.'
'A darkly addictive thriller set amidst a gorgeous Italian backdrop, I absolutely loved The Final Party by AAChaudhuri. 5 sparkling stars from me!'
'A dark and twisty read full of secrets, set against a stunning Amalfi Coast background where everyone has secrets and no one can be trusted.'
'The most well plotted and expertly told thriller I've read in years...a masterpiece of deception, betrayal and murder that will astound you till the very last page.'
'A dark, captivating and sumptuous read.'
'A slick and twisty thriller'
'A tortuous web of secrets and lies – I could not put it down'
'A taut, dark thriller that is fabulously alluring and atmospheric. Utterly captivating writing!'
'A really tense read that kept me guessing all the way to the end.’