"The Good Neighbor" tells the story of a black couple with three sons. When the wife, Nyla, gets assaulted twice, she confides in her sister because she is afraid to tell anyone else. Even when someone confesses to the assault, she still asks that her sister keeps it a secret. Unable to stay quiet, her sister is determined to help Nyla find peace. As the complexities of the situation unfold, they both realize that no one is who they were believed to be.
This is a must-read story about trust, deceit, and healing. The characters in this story are complex and unpredictable, especially since the person who confessed to the assaults wasn't responsible for them both. The twists and turns of this novel allow readers to remain engaged and curious about the identities and actions of the characters. This gripping novel raises one of life's most relevant questions – who can we trust?