A locked-room mystery, with strangers met for a weekend of therapy at a luxury hotel in London. The hotel isn't completed and the group find that no one is there by accident. What do they have in common, and why has this been arranged? Good writing by Bannister, who knows how to keep the suspense going.
I had been looking for this book for several months after reading a 4-star (out of five) review of it. It was definitely a 4+ star for me! This title was a "closed room" mystery with a twist -- it took place in the rented penthouse of an unfinished hotel in the heart of London, with the cast isolated and cut-off from electricity and escape for a weekend.
It was difficult to guess who the villain was, was very creepy at times, and had many twists and turns. It didn't have enormous character development but enough for a couple of the character to be more than two-dimensional. It was a quick read. I love Bannister's style and language use.