They say I'm mad. I'm not. I'm just very, very smart.
Sarah and Ginny have been best friends since school. They both had their share of adolescent problems but now things are working out for Sarah.
She's met Tom. He's handsome, a journalist and totally devoted to her. Her TV reporting career is taking off. She and Tom have moved into a stunning inner-city apartment. But Ginny has not been so lucky. She wanted Tom, but she didn't get him. She wants the ease and grace with which Sarah lives her life. She wants - what Sarah has. She wants it all. Ginny moves into an apartment overlooking Sarah and Tom's. She starts watching them.
Then she does something more than just watch. And so the torment begins - A riveting tale of obsession and danger that proves we never really know who our friends are.
Bunty Avieson grew up in Victoria and worked for 20 years as a journalist on newspapers and magazines in Australia and Britain.
She was editor of Woman's Day and Editorial Director of New Idea. In 2000 Bunty left magazines and took up fiction writing full time.
Her first novel Apartment 255 won two Ned Kelly Crime Writing Awards (best First Novel and Reader's Vote) and has been translated into German and Japanese. She has written two other novels, The Affair and The Wrong Door.