This was another of my holiday reads and the only bad thing I can say about it was that the glue wasn't very good that held the book together because in the heat of the sun it just fell apart.
The book was well written and had me on the edge of my seat for most of the time I was reading it. The central character in the book is Michael. He spent his early years in a childrens home and was very wayward as a child, however he is adopted by a wealthy family and he gets a good education and he becomes an lawyer.
All is looking rosy until he and his fiancee move to a flat owned by Max. It seems that he is the perfect landlord but suddenly he becomes a part of every facet of their lives. This influence becomes more and more obsessive through the book until it reaches its dramatic climax.
It is the sort of book that you end up wanting to shout at the main characters, you get totally embroiled in their feelings. I loved this book but it is quite dark so you won't get that warm happy glow after reading it