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Perfectly Nice Neighbors by Kia Abdullah


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Also by Kia Abdullah:

Perfectly Nice Neighbors, September 2023
Trade Paperback / e-Book
Truth Be Told, September 2023
Paperback / e-Book
Next of Kin, September 2022
Paperback / e-Book
Take It Back, January 2022
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Hardcover / e-Book

Perfectly Nice Neighbors
Kia Abdullah

G.P. Putnam's Sons
September 2023
On Sale: September 12, 2023
352 pages
ISBN: 0593713818
EAN: 9780593713815
Kindle: B0BQG1ZTGX
Trade Paperback / e-Book
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Thriller Domestic

A twisty and consuming thriller, Perfectly Nice Neighbors asks: When your dream home comes with nightmare neighbors, how far will you go to keep your family safe?

Salma Khatun is hopeful about Blenheim, the suburban development into which she, her husband, and their son have just moved. The Bangladeshi family needs a fresh start, and Blenheim feels like just the place.

Soon after they move in, Salma spots her White neighbor, Tom Hutton, ripping out the anti-racist banner her son put in the front garden. Avoiding confrontation, Salma takes the banner inside and puts it in her window. But the next morning, she wakes up to find her window smeared with paint.

When she does speak to Tom, battle lines are drawn between the two families. As racial and social tensions escalate and the stakes rise, it’s clear that a reckoning is coming . . .

And someone is going to get hurt.


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